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Sunday, 7 July 2013

Batch in Informatica

By on July 07, 2013

Batches provide a way to group sessions for either serial or parallel execution by the Informatica Server. There are two types of batches:

a) Sequential: Runs sessions one after the other.

b) Concurrent: Runs sessions at the same time.

You might create a sequential batch if you have sessions with source-target dependencies that you want to run in a specific order. You might also create a concurrent batch if you have several independent sessions you need scheduled at the same time. You can place them all in one batch, then schedule the batch as needed instead of scheduling each individual session.

You can create, edit, start, schedule, and stop batches with the Server Manager. However, you cannot copy or abort batches. With pmcmd, you can start and stop batches. 

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