Move jobs and job streams into folders and sub-folders in batch mode where the folder names are based on tokens contained in the job and job stream name.
You might have used simple to complex naming conventions when creating job and job stream names to easily identify and manage them. With character length restrictions for these names, creative abbreviations are required to stay within the limits. This can often lead to unreadable names.
You can now migrate multiple jobs and job streams, in batch mode, whose names contain common pattern matching into specified folders and sub-folders, where the folder names are extracted from the job and job stream names themselves. Naming folders by using tokens from the job and job stream names frees up characters so that you can rename jobs and job streams with more meaningful names, in addition to the folder names.
To rename and move jobs and job streams into folders, the composer rename command has been extended to support wildcard characters.
The wildcard characters are used to replace pattern matching tokens in the job and job stream names and enable you to migrate the jobs and job streams in bulk, rather than one at a time.
A preview option is provided to test the command before actually running it to ensure you obtain the expected result. This feature is now also available in the Workload Automation on Cloud offering for new subscription requests.
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