In this part of our tutorial series we demonstrate how to easily create and run a simple job in BICsuite
In this Video you learn how to create and run a simple batch process with dependencies in BICsuite
In the third part of our tutorial series we demonstrate, how to monitor running batches and intervent in case of failures. You learn for example, how to rerun single jobs, cancel them or how to temporarily ignore dependencies.
This video starts a workshop in several parts about the conditional execution of jobs. One job within a batch should only run, if another job has actually loaded new data. In this video you learn to handle Exit-State-Definitions, -Mappings and -Profiles in BICsuite and you build up the conditions for the communication between the two jobs.
In this tutorial you create a batch consisting of the jobs 'LOAD_NEW_DATA' and 'PROCESS_DATA'. The job 'PROCESS_DATA' should only run if the job 'LOAD_NEW_DATA' has actually loaded new data.
This tutorial explains, how to handle in BICsuite and schedulix a small weak point in the result of the last video. Because the second job was skipped, the whole batch appeared with the Exit State SKIPPED. Here’s how to finalize the batch with SUCCESS. BASIC users create a dummy-job as a workaround, users of the PROFESSIONAL and ENTERPRISE edition learn how to use the Exit State Translations.
In this video you get known to the user settings of BICsuite and schedulix. You learn how to create a new user profile, define your defaults and add time zones to the selection list.
The video describes some basic time scheduling functions with the newly added time zones New York and Tokyo. We prepare three jobs to start in Munich, New York and Tokyo every day at 5 pm local time.
In this video we execute time scheduled jobs on specific days by changing the master schedules that we created in video tutorial number 8. The Munich job should run every Friday. The New York job has to run on the last Friday of the month, and the Tokyo job should only run when Friday falls on a 13th.