batch stream

batch stream

[′bach ‚strēm]
(computer science)
A group of batch processing programs that are scheduled to run on a computer.
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batch stream

A collection of batch processing programs that are scheduled to run in the computer.
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Once the load starts, a control process (a combination of triggers, stored procedures, and jobs run by the extract and transformation tool) monitors the individual jobs in the batch stream and provides incremental restart and recovery in case of failure.
Yet as I left the Vocational Training Institute Bahawalpur for Women surrounded by chattering women as the shift changed and the afternoon batch streamed in, a rosy glow it was.