A mechanism for process logging and scheduling in database applications
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Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: September 09, 2010
Implementing process logging and scheduling mechanism can be a big challange in complex applications. Tracking the status of an ongoing process and its completion phase can be very important for an application that has many nested processes. Users often need to know about the restartability of processes that have an abnormal termination. Also complex processes and sub-processes may need to be scheduled in such a way that they can be automated and require minimal user intervention to start up. This article explains an easy-to-implement mechanism for meeting these requirements.
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