Batch business events
The batch framework emits the following system business events.
|Batch job started||This event is fired when a batch job is marked as running.||Batch|
|Batch job finished||This event is fired when a batch job is completed.||Batch|
|Batch job failed||This event is fired when a batch job fails.||Batch|
|Batch job cancelled||This event is fired when a batch job is canceled.||Batch|
Batch job started and batch job finished
The batch job started and batch job finished events can be used to monitor and identify long-running batch jobs. They can also be used to notify stakeholders if a job takes longer than expected. By default, these events are turned off in the application.
Batch job failed
The batch job failed event can be used to monitor specific batch jobs for failure, and to notify stakeholders in real time. By default, this event is turned on in the application.
Configure batch business events
- Go to System administration > Inquiries > Batch jobs.
- On the Business events tab, update the settings to raise batch business events.
The events have the following payload.
|Field name||Field label|
|JobId||Batch job ID|
|JobDescription||Batch job description|
|JobStatus||Batch job status|
|JobOwnerEmailId||Batch job owner email ID|
|JobExecutedByEmailId||Batch job executed by email ID|
|AdminEmailId||Admin user email ID|
|JobEndUtcDateTime||Job end UTC date time|
|BusinessEventId||Business event ID|
|ControlNumber||Business event control number|
|Event Id||Business event instance ID|
|EventTime||Business event instance ID|
To get the current catalog and schema of business events, go to System administration > Setup > Business events.
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