VISUALjob for TWS – Designing and Maintaining Scheduling Definitions

VISUALjob for TWS guides the user through the process, making sure that a consistent flow is guaranteed, and then automatically validates and updates all affected TWS groups, applications and/or operations, significantly reducing editing time and the risk of error. For example, if a TWS operation is deleted, VISUALjob for TWS can automatically update the newly created predecessor dependency information in the remaining operations.

VISUALjob for TWS even further reduces the time, complexity and risk of errors when defining TWS application and TWS operations by employing user defined templates. Applications and operations can also be mass generated based on these templates.

Validation is always performed on modifications, additions and deletions, avoiding critical typos and errors on all definitions. Modifications to the schedule can be securely performed by multiple VISUALjob for TWS users at the same time without the risk of data corruption.

The TWS mass change capability allows you to make multiple changes to multiple TWS scheduling parameters across common applications/operations in a single step. Using the build-in VISUALjob for TWS cross reference engine users search for the applications/operations and specify the change(s) to be made. Performing mass changes with VISUALjob for TWS reduces time consuming searches, facilitates fast and error free changes, eliminates the task of validating the changes, and ultimately reduces CPU down time.

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