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From Ákos Kozák (JIRA) <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Comment Edited] (BATCHEE-90) On the Apache JBatch GUI main screen it would be nice to see the status of all the batches
Date Tue, 19 Jan 2016 09:50:40 GMT

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Ákos Kozák edited comment on BATCHEE-90 at 1/19/16 9:49 AM:
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Sure it is available, but the main problem is, that we don’t get an overview from all the
batches at deploy time. We got for example on one server actually 55 batch instances (I am
working with [~struberg] at Vienna). Who know which one is running? It would be bad, if we
have to open every instance to get the status. So, the release manager just stops the application
and if some batch runs it will crash and stays in a wrong status (STARTED...I will report
this ‘problem’ in a different issue).


was (Author: kozaka):
Sure it is available, but the main problem is, that we don’t get an overview from all the
batches at deploy time. We got for example on one server actually 55 batch instances (I am
working with [~struberg] at PVA Vienna). Who know which one is running? It would be bad, if
we have to open every instance to get the status. So, the release manager just stops the application
and if some batch runs it will crash and stays in a wrong status (STARTED...I will report
this ‘problem’ in a different issue).

> On the Apache JBatch GUI main screen it would be nice to see the status of all the batches
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: BATCHEE-90
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/BATCHEE-90
>             Project: BatchEE
>          Issue Type: Wish
>            Reporter: Ákos Kozák
>              Labels: gui
>         Attachments: gui_one_batch_is_running.png
>
>
> Normally you can get the status of one Batch instance on the instances page. This is
good, but if you open up the GUI main screen, you cannot decide whether one Batch is running
or not. You need to open up all instances page for every batch and check. 
> This is critical, if you running a not restart-able Batch job, or any kind of, and you
want to stop the application.
> It should be some kind of monitoring like an icon, URL or a text on the start page (see
attach).
> Or it would be maybe also useful to have a link with the running instances. Then if interested,
you just click on the link, and you get your information. Maybe the loading of the main page
will be then not slower because the background status checks.



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