expanded batch

expanded batch

[ik′spand·əd ′bach]
(computer science)
A level of computer processing more complex than basic batch, in which computer programs perform complex computations and produce reports that analyze performance in addition to reporting it.
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Both releases feature expanded batch abend diagnostic capabilities, including a central repository that automatically stores abend reports in a central location, thereby enabling technicians to quickly zero in on relevant diagnostic details and simplifying analysis of information about application failures.

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