Showing posts with label DSParam. Show all posts
Showing posts with label DSParam. Show all posts

Sunday, 19 November 2017

Get Job Parameters for all DataStage Job


Feels awesome while writing this post after 7 week, In this post I am going to share a script which will fetch the job parameters for all the datastage job available in given project.

This week, one of my colleague ask to compare all the jobs parameter from one project (older) to another project (migrated),  So, wrote down this script which worked like charm for me and hoping will work for you as well :-)





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Monday, 21 November 2016

Reading DSParam - datastage parameter file



I am sharing a utility which can help you to read DSParam file which holds all the environmental datastage parameters.

Utility to view contents of DSParams file. Useful when trying to see what all the customer has set at the project level.



Usage:
$ cat DSParams | ./DSParamReader.pl | more
or
$ cat DSParams | ./DSParamReader.pl > outputfile


Instructions:
1. copy script text below to a file (DSParamReader.pl) on a UNIX system
2. Set execute permissions on this file. chmod 777 envvar.pl
3. Usually perl is in /usr/bin/perl but you might have to adjust this path if neccessary. (hint "which perl" should tell you which one to use)
4. cat the DSParams file from the project you are concerned with and redirect the output to this script. You may have to put the Fully Qualified Path for this file.
5. capture the output to screen or file. File may be useful to have the customer send the info to you in email.








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