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Hi All,

I have a java batch which is a long running transaction. The feature I am trying to built is something like this.

In the event of jvm crash or process exit due to any reason I want to track the abrupt halt and store some information as part of the batch in a status table which will help in recovering the next time around the batch is resumed. Also is there a way to resume a batch operation in an application server environment.

I understand this can be done using Batch scheduler systems like AutoSys and Ctrl-M but I am looking for a solution in the java or java appserver space.

Let me know your thoughts on how best can this be handled.
 
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