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We have daily batch-jobs that run every 30 minutes. Every now and again these multiply in some strange way and all of a sudden we have loads of these batch-jobs. To clean this up, I have to mark every job individually and end them one by one. My question now is: Are there any way to remove several batch-jobs at the same time?
Best RegardsJesper KronlundSweden
It does not take much XAL code to clear the contents of the Batch table:
■ Clear_Batch ─
This could be made in a XAL script or trigger code and called from the Batch.FRM, which lists batch job with a given status.
This bypasses the logic in the Batch.FRM, which also deletes the corresponding file when a batch job is deleted/cleared, so clean-up of the contents of the batch folder should also be coded.
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