Exploring Java Batch
A technology podcast from: David Follis
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The standard for Java Batch (JSR-352) has a lot of interesting features. We’ll take a look at how it all works and how you might use it. Later on we’ll explore the WebSphere Liberty implementation of the standard and the operational extensions it offers, especially when running on z/OS
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