Tutorial 5: Conditional execution of a job within a batch

In this tutorial you create a batch consisting of the jobs 'LOAD_NEW_DATA' and 'PROCESS_DATA'. The job 'PROCESS_DATA' should only run if the job 'LOAD_NEW_DATA' has actually loaded new data. Codeline for the field Run Program: SDMSpopup.sh $JOBNAME -c 0=SUCCESS:1=NO_DATA:2=FAILURE" Tutorial 6: Exit State Translations and workarounds Tutorial 7: Setting user defaults Tutorial 8: Time scheduling with different time zones
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Process Decomposition

Process decomposition involves breaking down complex programs or scripts into smaller programs with a clearly differentiated functionality. Complex, long-running processes Large and complex programs, usually with long runtimes, are used in many IT environments to perform nighttime or background processing tasks. Once they have been started, these programs run completely under their own control. Monitoring the program progress and pinpointing the causes of errors that occur usually involves con...
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Tutorial 4: Exit-State-Definitions, -Mappings and Profiles

This video starts a workshop in several parts about the conditional execution of jobs. One job within a batch should only run, if another job has actually loaded new data. In this video you learn to handle Exit-State-Definitions, -Mappings and -Profiles in BICsuite and you build up the conditions for the communication between the two jobs. Tutorial 5: Conditional execution of a job within a batch Tutorial 6: Exit State Translations and workarounds Tutorial 7: Setting user defa...
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