batch program


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batch program

A non-interactive (non-conversational) program such as a report listing or sort. See batch processing.
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Developers will use the ATP developer interface to enhance and maintain the Natural batch programs before exporting them to the batch run time environment.
Batch programs execute faster than before and stress tests show that the current infrastructure is able to support over 2000 users without the use of a TP Monitor, including the existing Citrix Farms that still use the same system resources.
Since it is not feasible to eliminate or fully restructure the batch programs, we must be able to consume services from those programs meeting very high service level agreements for performance and reliability.
The human services agencies in New York state will be using the software to establish, track and monitor eligibility in the Food Stamp, Medicaid, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and other public assistance programs; establish child support orders and collect child support payments; and monitor child care facilities and child welfare cases using a combination of online and batch programs.
The first task included converting all Micro Focus COBOL Batch programs using IDMS DB on UNIX to Micro Focus COBOL Batch using Oracle DB.
zBatch thus greatly reduces the amount of work and coding changes required to COBOL batch programs when migrating them to the Windows environment for production.
Department of Energy (DoE) to develop "smart job recovery" software that detects, diagnoses, and recovers from problems encountered by long-running batch programs to improve the quality of service provided by computer clusters and grids.