Working with Control-M Desktop and EM GUI Client

By now we should have a good understanding of the important concepts within Control-M. So let's get practical and apply the knowledge we learned so far in this chapter by logging into Control-M/EM GUI Interfaces to define and run some real jobs.

The two Control-M/EM GUI Interfaces we are going to use soon are the Control-M Desktop for creating job definitions and Control-M/EM GUI Client for monitoring and controlling active job instances.

Control-M Desktop — the Workspace

When we double-click on the Control-M Desktop 7.0.00 (Default) orange color desktop shortcut icon, a pop-up window will appear and ask us for login username and password*. Because we haven't defined any new Control-M/EM users yet, ...

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