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batch job

[′bach ‚jäb]
(computer science)
One of a group of jobs that are executed together by batch-processing techniques.
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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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The incoming jobs are assumed as batch jobs in this work.
Users can set up mirror, two-way or custom synchronization rules and then create batch jobs that run the sync without requiring manual interaction.
Enterprise scheduling and batch job management is typically handled by operations staff monitoring CONTROL-M for irregular occurrences.
On the other hand, large batch jobs (e.g., reports and complex extracts) entail high throughput of a handful of very large transactions.
Currently, if there is an Enqueue failure in the middle of a batch job, users have to reboot, even if they are near the end of a twelve hour batch processing task.
This historical data allows the DBA to answer questions such as: "What caused the slowdown in the application yesterday after lunch?" or "Why is the overnight batch job still running at 9 am this morning?" The historical data can also be used in a proactive manner; for example, to assess upward trends in SQL or application resource usage or to tune and fix issues before they become end user problems.
Dedham, MA, October 12, 2011 --(PR.com)-- SAPexperts announces a new article, “Monitor Batch Job Log Errors with Business Process Monitoring in SAP Solution Manager” available in their Solution Manager Expert knowledgebase.
"We have seen broad adoption of Hadoop by users looking to shrink the time to run a batch job from weeks to hours," says Max Schireson, president of 10gen.
Option services covering security auditing, disaster recovery, batch job management, performance and capacity planning and software upgrades cost from one to two grand per month extra.