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E1: UBE: Frequently Asked Questions on Batch Job Queues (Doc ID 1504117.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 30, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document answers some frequently asked questions regarding batch job queues within the EnterpriseOne software. 

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: What is a Job Queue?
 Question 2: How can I add a new job queue?
 Question 3: Where can Job Queues be specified and what are their order of precedence?
 Question 4: What are the steps to configure EnterpriseOne to use the job queue associated to the AS/400 system account when Batch Versions are submitted to the server?
 Question 5: What is the job priority and how can I use it?
 Question 6: Is it possible to change the job queue after a job was submitted to the server?
 Question 7: Can a job queue be associated to individual user IDs?
 Question 8: I understand there are some standard EnterpriseOne batch applications or UBEs that must run in Single-Threaded job queues. Have you compiled a list of such UBEs?
 Question 9: We only have one QUEUE kernel defined in our server JDE.INI. Will our server perform better if we increase the number of QUEUE kernels?
 Question 10: When creating batch versions on web client, is it possible to add a job queue override in the version specifications?
 Question 11: Is there a way to identify all batch versions with a job queue override?
 Question 12: Is there a way to mass update the job queue in batch versions?
 Question 13: Is is possible to define job queue at report template level ?
 Question 14: Is there a way to change the Job Queue status for multiple Job queues at a time ?
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