what is the difference between n(not running) and d(done) conditions in autosys?
I am aware that the done(d) condition would be TRUE when the job is in SU, TE, FA status. I would like to understand the same for n, and so the difference between n and d conditions.
The "notrunning" condition will be TRUE when the status of the job on which it is dependent is anything except RUNNING.
As name suggest not running condition, it checks the job is running or not. The n (notrunning) condition will be TRUE when the status of the job on which it is dependent, is in any status except RU (Running).
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