successor job

successor job

[sək′ses·ər ‚jäb]
(computer science)
A job that uses the output of another job (predecessor) as its input, so that it cannot start until the other job has been successfully completed.
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Mr Blair said during the 2001 General Election campaign that he was committed to keeping the post, even though he believed the First Minister at the Assembly was the successor job, but in March 2001 an independent think tank called for the post of Welsh Secretary to be scrapped.
We are in a transition phase and working on a successor Jobs Growth Wales project under the new European programmes for launch next month.