Job Control

GoAnywhere Director™ provides enterprise features to support the most demanding environments, including job queuing, multi-threading (to allow the concurrent execution of multiple projects), priority settings, real-time monitoring and detailed logging. Listed below is a flowchart describing how Projects are executed through GoAnywhere Director.
Project Execution Flow
Every execution of a Project is considered a "Job" in GoAnywhere Director.  Each Job is assigned a unique job number and has its own Job Log (containing details about the execution of the job).
A Job initially starts in a Job Queue. Product Administrators can create custom Job Queues to prioritize and group the execution of Jobs.  When GoAnywhere Director is ready to run the Job, it will be advanced from the Job Queue into an active status. The Job's Project will then be compiled and executed by GoAnywhere Director. When the job completes, the completion status (along with any error messages) will be returned to the user or requesting application.

GoAnywhere Director can be installed onto Windows, VMware, Linux, IBM i, AIX (pSeries), UNIX, HP-UX, Mac OS and Solaris platforms.  IBM i is also referred to as System i, iSeries, as400, as/400 and i5.