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A Software Architect's Guide to New Java Workloads in IBM CICS Transaction Server by Bei Chun Zhou, Geoffrey Pirie, Subhajit Maitra, Mitch Johnson, Mark Hollands, Mark Hiscock, Paul Cooper, George Burgess, Rufus Credle

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Modern batch use scenario
This chapter describes an IBM CICS Transaction Server (TS) modern batch scenario where a Java batch application is developed to reduce the batch window. The Java batch accesses data in VSAM or IBM DB2 without the need to stop the online transactions that access to the same data. The Java batch application may come from a new requirement or may be rewritten from existing business logic. We review the architecture and the implementation of the modern batch Java solution.
11.1 Java batch approaches
There are two approaches ...

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