Spring Book – Chapter 21 – Spring Batch

Spring Batch Admin

Spring Batch Admin is an open source project from SpringSource that provides a web-based user interface for Spring Batch applications. It provides Web UI and RESTFul interface to manage the various batch processes. The easiest way to get a quick overview of Spring Batch Admin is to see some screenshots as shown below from Figure 23-19 to Figure 23-23 (All Spring Batch admin screenshots taken from Spring Batch User Guide).

 Figure 23-19. Spring Batch Admin - Inspect Jobs

Figure 23-19. Spring Batch Admin – Inspect Jobs

 Figure 23-20. Spring Batch Admin - Launch Job

Figure 23-20. Spring Batch Admin – Launch Job

Figure 23-21. Spring Batch Admin - Inspect Executions

Figure 23-21. Spring Batch Admin – Inspect Executions

 Figure 23-22. Spring Batch Admin - Most recent executions and their statuses

Figure 23-22. Spring Batch Admin – Most recent executions and their statuses

 Figure 23-23. Spring Batch Admin - Stop an Execution

Figure 23-23. Spring Batch Admin – Stop an Execution

For details I would urge you to go through the Spring Batch Admin user guide as covering the complete details would not be possible in this Chapter. Locate the Spring Batch Admin User Guide in the following link;http://static.springsource.org/spring-batch-admin/reference/reference.xhtml.

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2 thoughts on “Spring Book – Chapter 21 – Spring Batch

  1. Thanks for sharing the information but what’s the difference between CursorItemReader’s setFetchSize() and PagingItemReader’s setPageSize()? isn’t it the same?

  2. Please provide an example for StoredProcedureItem Reader – which returns cursor and how to process cursor in processor – I am new to Spring Batch as part of my work I need to invoke Oracle Stored proc which takes one param as input and returns result set which I need to process in Spring Batch Processor.

    Thanks
    Laxmi

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