Executing Jobs

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There are a number of ways to execute a job:

· From within a USoft application.


· From the BatchRunner component.


· From USoft Binder.


· By the use of a batch file or command line on a client computer.


· By the use of a batch file or command line on the server.

All methods allow you to read the job definitions from the repository, or from a job definition file. In general, as an application developer you create and test jobs using the repository, but your end users can only execute jobs read from a job definition file.

Therefore, in a production environment, you have to distribute this job definition file, preferably together with other flat files.


It is possible to start batch jobs from within the user application, even when you have set separate properties for repository and applications in the Binder.

Related Topics:

Executing a Job from within a USoft Application

The BatchRunner Component

Executing Batch Jobs from Constraints

How to Execute a Job from USoft Binder

Executing a Job on a Client Computer

Executing a Job on the Server

File Locations

USoft Batch Log Files

Batch Runner Command Line Options