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Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : The Batch Framework (part 5) - Managing the Batch Server Execution Process - Set Up Server Configuration, Create a Batch Group

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5. Managing the Batch Server Execution Process

Before a batch job can be executed on an AOS, you must configure the AOS as a batch server and set up the batch groups that tell the system which AOS needs to execute the job. In addition to these initial configuration duties, you’ll likely need to manage the batch tasks and jobs: checking status, reviewing history, and sometimes canceling a batch job. You’ll probably need to debug a batch task at some point as well. In the following section, we describe how to configure an AOS as a batch server, set up batch groups, manage batch jobs, and debug a batch task.

5.1 Set Up Server Configuration

You can configure an AOS to be a batch server, including specifying when the batch server is available for processing and how many tasks it can run, using the Server Configuration form. The Server Configuration form is in Administration\Setup\Server Configuration. Note that the first AOS is automatically designated as a batch server. Figure 5 shows the Server Configuration form.

Figure 5. Server Configuration form

Tip

Use multiple batch servers to increase throughput and reduce the amount of time it takes to run batches.


1.
On the Overview tab, select a server.

2.
Select Is Batch Server to enable batch processing on the server, as shown in Figure 16-5.

3.
On the Batch Server Schedule tab, enter the maximum number of batch tasks that can be run on the AOS instance at one time. The server continues to pick up tasks from the queue until it reaches its maximum.

4.
Enter a starting time in the Start Time field and an ending time in the End Time field to schedule the batch processing. Press Ctrl+N to enter an additional time period.

Tip

It’s a good idea to exclude a server from batch processing when it is busy with regular transaction processing. You can set server schedules so that each AOS is available for user traffic during the day and for batch traffic overnight. Keep in mind that if the server is running a task when its batch processing availability ends, the task continues running to completion. However, the server doesn’t pick up any more tasks from the queue.

5.
On the Batch Server Groups tab, use the arrow buttons to specify the batch groups that can run on the selected server.

5.2 Create a Batch Group

A batch group is an attribute of a batch task that allows a user (typically a system administrator) to determine which AOS runs the batch job. In this section, we show you how to create a batch group so that it can be selected from the Batch Server Groups tab in the Server Configuration form. You create batch groups on the Batch Group form, which is in Administration\Setup\Batch Group.

Note

For client tasks to be run manually from the Set Up Batch Processing form, they must be assigned to batch groups.


To create a batch group, press Ctrl+N in the Batch Group form, and then type a name and description for the batch group. The Batch Group form is shown in Figure 6.

Figure 6. Batch Group form

Note

An empty Batch Group exists in the system by default and can’t be removed.


After you create a batch group, you have to set it up to run server batch tasks on a specific server. Select the appropriate batch group in the Batch Groups form, and then follow these steps:

1.
Click the Batch Servers tab. The Selected Servers list displays the AOS instances that the selected group is specified to run on. The Remaining Servers list displays the remaining AOS instances that are available as batch servers.

2.
Click the arrow buttons to select additional servers or remove servers from the Selected Servers list.


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