Setting job priority and workstation fence

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HCL Workload Automation has its own queuing system, consisting of levels of priority. Assigning a priority to jobs and job streams gives you added control over their precedence and order of running.

The job fence provides another type of control over job processing on a workstation. When it is set to a priority level, it only allows jobs and job streams whose priority exceeds the job fence to run on that workstation. Setting the fence to 40, for example, prevents jobs with priorities of 40 or less from being launched.

For more information, refer to fence and priority.