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Automation | November 18, 2020
Manage your message delivery system by using Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) with Workload Automation
Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) is a managed service that provides message delivery from publishers to subscribers (also known as producers and consumers). Publishers communicate asynchronously with subscribers by sending messages to a topic, which is a logical access point and communication channel. Clients can subscribe to the SNS topic and receive published messages using a supported protocol, such as Amazon SQS, AWS Lambda, HTTP, email, mobile push notifications, and mobile text messages.
Automation | October 23, 2020
Passing Variables from an Event Rule to a Job Stream
Event Rules are an extension of Workload Automation (WA) capabilities that enable events occurring external to the scheduling environment to trigger actions on scheduling objects within WA. An ideal use of this capability is to detect the arrival of a file and then trigger an action to submit a Job Stream containing jobs to process the data contained in that file. This capability has been available for a while and is widely used. In this article, a hidden feature is explored where the name of the file and other properties related to the file are passed as variables to a Variable Table associated to the Job Stream being submitted as ac action where any Job within that Job Stream can retrieve those variables and process the data in the file
Automation | October 20, 2020
SAP Secure Network Connection and Workload Automation How to works together
This blog explains how to use Secure Network Connection (SNC) to extend SAP system security beyond these basic measures to include the additional protection of stronger authentication methods and encryption.
Automation | October 16, 2020
Creating a File Dependency for a Job Stream using Start Condition
Waiting for a file to arrive before a job can start processing it is the most common and quintessential requirement for any workload automation tool. Historically, this was done by creating a File dependency using OPENS and Unix tricks to manage wild cards and multiple matching files. Then Event Driven Workload Automation was introduced where an Event Rule could monitor a file with wild cards and when the condition was satisfied the dependent Job Stream was submitted. %
Automation | October 9, 2020
Manage your Automation by using “Automation Anywhere Bot Runner” and “Trader Plugin” with Workload Automation
Are you curious to try out the "Automation Anywhere" plugin? Download the integrations from the Automation Hub and get started today. Visit
Automation | October 8, 2020
Manage Your Data Using GCP Cloud Storage with Workload Automation
The HCL Workload Automation GCP Cloud Storage plugin is here. Learn how it benefits our workload automation users.
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