Robot job scheduler – how to use REACT job ?

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Robot Job Scheduler
I'd like to use REACT job, but not sure of how it works. Is it launching the REACT job right on linked job completion of the REACT job will run (right after or not) only if linked job is completed (with success)

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ASKED: July 28, 2011  6:16 PM
UPDATED: March 31, 2012  7:44 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    I believe that you choose the condition under which the Reactive job runs. Use any of the following codes in the React to Status field for a specific prerequisite:
    • C - normal completion
    • T - abnormal completion
    • E - either normal or abnormal completion (you don't care how the prerequisite job ends)
    • S - submitted status (submitted to a job queue)
    • R - running status (active in a subsystem)
    • D - delayed status (the status of a job that has been delayed by OPAL)
    • K - skipped status (the status of a job that has been skipped by OPAL)
    • P - pending status (the possible status of a job that has after-OPAL code attached)
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