University of Oregon

Job scheduling is a web-based program that lets you schedule and run a series of tasks.

The job scheduling service offering provided by Information Services consists of the Automic Applications Manager product.  Initially the application was deployed as a replacement for the Banner job scheduling system but has expanded to other job scheduling uses outside of the Banner application area.

Automic Client Software:

Pages

  • Introduction Welcome to the Applications Manager getting started page. This page will help you get started using Applications Manager, our Banner job submission replacement application. Applications...
  • Requesting access to the Job Scheduling application (Appworx) Click here to request access to AppWorx (link will take you to the new UO Service Portal website). Requesting access to Jobs within Job...
  • I'm getting the error "AwE-5009 RMI connection failure, check if RmiServer is running" when I try to log in to Applications...
  • The following is a short demonstration of the UO Job Scheduling system.
  • Java Runtime Environment Automic officially supports Java 1.7 on our currently installed Applications Manager (AppWorx). If you do not have this version installed when you launch Applications Manager...
  • How to Verify that your Oracle Password is Correct in Automic Job Scheduler Recently, we changed the way the Oracle logins within Automic Job Scheduler connect to the database. As a result of the...
  • As part of the migration of banner jobs over to Applications Manager, we need a way to upload files to the Applications Manager servers for use as parameters to the modules/chains in Applications...
  • Job Scheduling Security/Priviliges Guide Introduction This document will serve as a guide for the Applications Manager Security and Privileges plan within the framework of the University of Oregon's...
  • This page explains how to uninstall your current version of Java and then install an older version. Users of Banner, AppWorx job scheduling, and the Document Imaging indexing module (Singularity) may...
  • This page explains how to uninstall your current version of Java and then install an older version. Users of Banner, AppWorx job scheduling, and the Document Imaging indexing module (Singularity) may...
  • On your computer, Java may be set to automatically check for and install new Java updates. This can cause problems when new versions of Java are incompatible with services such as Banner, AppWorx job...
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