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jberet-support 1.3.3.Final was successfully released on 2018-11-29.  It can be accessed at either maven central , or jboss.org public repository.   This jberet-support maintenance release contains the fix to the following issues:   JBERET-460 beanIOItemWriter Invalid writer property value for key resource
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I am getting - JBERET060000: Invalid reader or writer property value mytest.out for key resource   Here is the jsl -   <chunk item-count="1000"> <reader ref="beanIOItemReader"> <properties> <property name="resource" value="RPE_ThirdPartyDealsScan_Sorted_20181105_105330.csv"/> <property name="streamName" value="ThrdPrtyDlsInputAllFlds" />… (Show more)
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I'm pleased to announce that jberet-support 1.4.0.Beta1 was released on 2018-11-26. It is available from Maven central, just searching jberet-support , or from jboss.org public repository.   This is the first jberet-support release since we split the jberet-support module out of the main jberet repository to its own repository on 2018-06-18. … (Show more)
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I'm pleased to announce that jberet-core 1.2.7.Final & 1.3.2.Final were released on Nov 8, 2018.  These are micro maintenance releases aimed for bug fixes.  They both include the fix for the following issue:   JBERET-459 JBeret batches fail following timed out transactions   If you encounter the same problem as described in the above issue, I'd… (Show more)
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Introduction  This blog post is the part of the series that showcase some of the work in JBeret family projects for modernizing Java batch processing.  Previously, we've discussed how to move your batch processing workload developed for Java SE standalone environment (see this post) and Java EE platform (see this post) to PaaS such as OpenShift. … (Show more)
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Introduction  When migrating Java batch applications to cloud platforms such as OpenShift, there are different approaches how to build and containerize traditional applications.  Recall that JSR-352-based Java batch applications can be developed and run in either Java SE or Java EE (now Jakarta EE) environment.  So if your existing Java batch… (Show more)
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We have a beanIOItemReader that is loading our custom bean class and we would like to write it out in a jdbcItemWriter. Do you have an example? Do you have to annotate the class or will the parameterNames just be the name less the "get"?
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Kubernetes and OpenShift contain jobs and job scheduling API, to facilitate batch processing in cloud platforms.  At a high level, it beans a similarity to JSR-352, the batch spec in that both are trying to define a standard for batch processing.  It also shows importance of batch processing in the era of cloud computing and containerized… (Show more)
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Click to view larger imageRed Hat Developer Studio is a comprehensive IDE for developing a wide range of enterprise applications, including Java applications for batch processing.  In this post, I will write about how to develop a standard-based batch application in Red Hat Developer Studio, using various JBeret libraries, and deployed to WildFly application server.  … (Show more)
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Currently we have a massive application using quartz scheduler. Will moving to jee batch will be a good move. And does jberet in wildfly can replace quartz scheduler in our application, providing the ease and complete functionality offered by quartz scheduler
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FYI, this is a stackoverflow thread on batch job design choices with some good advice:   Design of JSR352 batch job: Is several steps a better design than one large batchlet? - Stack Overflow
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