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Overview of the Batch Runtime Environment

Oracle Tuxedo Application Runtime for Batch presentation and structure

Technical functions

High-level functions

Interface-level functions

Script execution phases

Using the Batch Runtime

Setting environment variables

Creating a Script

General structure of a script

Script example

Defining and using symbols

Creating a step that executes a program

Creating a Procedure

Creating an in-stream procedure

Creating an external procedure

Using a Procedure

Modifying a Procedure at execution time.

Using overrides for file assignments

Controlling a script's behavior

Conditioning the execution of a step

Using m_CondIf, m_CondElse, and m_CondEndif

Using m_CondExec

Controlling the execution flow

Changing default error messages

Using Files

Creating a File Definition

m_FileBuild examples

Assigning and Using Files

Using a Generation File (GDG)

Defining a generation file

Using a generation file

Using an In-stream File

Using a set of concatenated files

Deleting a File

RDB Files

Using an RDBMS connection

Submitting a job with EJR

LOG file structure

Using the Batch Runtime with a Job Scheduler

Best Practices

Adapting z/OS capabilities on a UNIX/Linux environment

Defining paths for procedures, includes and programs

Prohibiting the use of UNIX commands

Avoiding the use of file overriding

Using Tuxedo Job Enqueueing Service (TuxJES)



TuxJES Components

Configuring a TuxJES System

Setting up TuxJES as an Oracle Tuxedo Application

Oracle Tuxedo Configuration File

Oracle Tuxedo /Q Queue Space and Queue Creation

File System Configuration

TuxJES Configuration File

TuxJES Security Configuration

Using TuxJES

Submitting a Job

Displaying Job information

Holding a Job

Releasing a Job

Canceling a Job

Purging a Job

Event Subscribing/Unsubscribing

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