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Sriram V
Senior Tech Lead
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I have been working with Workload Automation for the last 11.5 years. I started as a Scheduler, later as an Administrator, SME, and India SME of the Product. In the last few years, I have been part of the Product Team, supporting Workload Automation on SaaS before moving to the Tech Sales and Lab Services of WA.
Posts by Sriram V
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Automation | April 6, 2022
CASE STUDY: Hadoop Map Reduce Integration with HCL Workload Automation
In this Blog , we would look at how a team wanting to Integrate with Hadoop for running a Map Reduce Program could go about checking the pre-requisites from Hadoop Side and also go about then defining a Hadoop Map Reduce Job type to achieve this integration .
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Automation | January 6, 2022
Case Study: Regulatory Compliance Workflow through HCL Workload Automation:
In this Blog, we would go through a Regulatory Compliance UseCase where a Customer wanting to perform a Transaction at a Gaming Kiosk undergoes a series of Background Checks and Validations to know if he is eligible to proceed with the Transaction, the checks while happening in the background through HCL Workload Automation in real time within a few seconds would seamlessly allow the Customer to proceed with the Transaction. Incase the Customer is blacklisted then he is blocked from performing the Transaction, likewise incase there is suspicion of Money Laundering, the Customer is blocked from progressing with the Transaction.
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Automation | December 2, 2021
CASE STUDY: SAP Build Automation through HWA:
In this blog, we would look at how a team wanting to Build a New SAP Application Server and SAP DB Server based on an existing SAP Application Server and SAP DB Server can leverage HWA to achieve the same. We would be using SAP LAMA APIs exposed from SAP Side to achieve the same.
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Automation | November 1, 2021
CASE STUDY: Automate Certificate Generation, Certificate Application and Change Management through HWA
In this case study, we explore how a new certificate request placed in a ticketing tool like Service Now could be managed through HWA end to end and how HWA could generate this certificate request while also placing a CSR request. Besides also raising a change in Service Now to schedule the certificate addition to the KeyStore, which was stated in the original ticket. This is done by creating and scheduling a Jobstream to automate the certificate application step on the given scheduled date and time.
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Automation | September 2, 2021
HWA-GIT-SNOW Integration: Application Code Promotion and Scheduling Objects Promotion Orchestration
This Blog aims to showcase how a Company using HWA and maintaining all its Application Code on GIT alongwith all Scheduling Objects could also promote and manage the entire Code Promotion using HWA while also tracking the Whole Process on Service Now.
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Automation | August 9, 2021
Case Study : HWA-SNOW Integration : Application , DB and AppServer Container Provisioning Orchestration
In this Blog, we would go through a UseCase to demonstrate a Customer wanting to Track his Application Deployment through Service Now uses HWA to accomplish the same while also orchestrating the entire flow of Application Deployment and Service Now Ticketing Orchestration through HWA :
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Automation | June 23, 2021
Case Study: Service Now RM Orchestration through HWA
This Blog aims to showcase how we can use HCL Workload Automation to Implement a Request Management Workflow for a repeated task for a Service Line and how the complete request can be managed End to End through HWA.
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Automation | January 14, 2021
Safeguarding Carryforwards during a Migration to WA 9.5
A question which everyone would have in mind while Upgrading to WA 9.5 is to manage all the Carryforwards that are present in old Production Plan on the older Version of the Master and to migrate them to the newer Master Server . This Blog aims to sort this problem once and for all to ensure seamless transition to IWS 9.5 without any hassles .As you would already know if you are reading this Blog that WA 9.5 comes with a whole set of New Features and most noticeable Change Architecturally is to move to Liberty as a Middleware in place of Websphere Application Server, JazzSM for both the Engine as well the DWC Profile.
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Automation | August 7, 2020
Case Study: SAP Factory Calendar Import with HCL Workload Automation
This blog aims to show how SAP Calendar Import could be done through Workload Automation. Workload Automation as a product has ready made integration with SAP since the 90’s leveraging the SAP RFC Libraries of SAP using the SAP R/3 Batch Access Method.  Now , we would see how we can use this same access method to import Freeday Calendars or Workday Calendars from an SAP R/3 System into Workload Automation.  The r3batch access method can be invoked from TWS/methods Directory(in the older versions) or from the TWSDATA/methods directory in the Newer versions . The export can be for both Freeday Calendars as well as Workday Calendars. The below example is an export of a Freeday Calendar referenced by the Factory Calendar ID 02 exported into a text file /tmp/calendar_03.dat with the name HLI :  wauser@wa-server:/opt/wa/TWS/methods$ ./r3batch -t RSC -c S4HANAR3BW -- " -calendar_id 02 -year_from 2020 -year_to 2021 -tws_name HLI -getfreedays -filename '/tmp/calendar_03.dat' "  Tue Mar 10 09:48:58 2020  -t RSC represents that the import is for an RFC SAP Calendar.  -c CalendarName represents that the Calendar name which is imported from the specific SAP System.  -calendar_id XX denotes a 2 Character identifier of the SAP R/3 Calendar to be imported.  -year_from XXXX denotes the Start year from which to start exporting the dates.  -year_to XXXX denotes the End Year upto which you can export dates.  -getfreedays indicates that the export is for Freedays.  -filename ‘<PATH>/CalendarFileName’ indicates the name of the file to which export is to be done on the Host OS where you are issuing the command.  The exported Calendar can be viewed in the File as shown below :  wauser@wa-server:/opt/wa/TWS/methods$ cat /tmp/calendar_03.dat  $CALENDAR  HLI    ""    01/01/2020 01/04/2020 01/05/2020 01/11/2020 01/12/2020 01/18/2020 01/19/2020    01/25/2020 01/26/2020 02/01/2020 02/02/2020 02/08/2020 02/09/2020 02/15/2020    02/16/2020 02/22/2020 02/23/2020...
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