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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
Installation Wizard into new VRC
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Old 25th January 2002, 22:32
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Question Scheduling Tool for Baan jobs

Can anyone tell me what, if any, scheduling tools/packages you use to schedule, monitor, etc. Baan jobs?
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Old 25th January 2002, 23:11
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Baan: Baan 4-5,5.2(Reger),LN-6.1,Infor LN-10.x - DB: Oracle,MS-SQL - OS: HPUX, Linux, Windows
there is Control-M from BMC. i guess there is a tool from computer associates too.

also refer to the links -
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Baan: 4c4 SP10 - DB: Informix 7.31 FC4 - OS: HP-UX 11
We use "Tidal Software" Job Scheduler

It was much less expensive than CA offering and had the functionality we wanted
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We use Maestro.
It's very easy to set up the jobs.
And it has a lot of features.
Check it out.
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Baan: IV C4 - DB: SQL Server - OS: Windows NT
We use the scheduler in NT to activate the batch file. Need to save the password in bw configuration and create baan user for each company (can use the same NT account).

Create a batch file calling the batch program below passing the user name and job for each job to be activated. Disadvantage going this way would be using ONE license for each job.
eg: call %BSE%\jobs\startjob.bat jobs100 MPSGEN

********************************startjob.bat *************
if "%1" == "" goto argerror
if "%2" == "" goto argerror

start %BSE%\bin\bw.exe jobsmgmt.bwc -- -set USER=%1 -set BSH_JOB=%2 ttaad5203m000
goto end

echo Usage: startjob "USER"(company specific) "JOB" (name of job to be started)
goto end

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