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I am very excited about this, because tracking down hanging batch scripts has been very time consuming.
However, I see that even though I am raising an alert, processing continues as normal. The user will recieve their report even though the batch script times out. I would like to stop the job imediately when there is an error such as a batch script time out.
I assume there is a way to do this, but I've not been able to find it in the help manual yet. Any ideas or examples? Thanks. /b[/quote]
Sorry to revive an old thread but my question goes hand in hand with the original post.
Gareth's link didn't work for me, and I tried searching, but so far no luck.
What we would like to do is if a specific process fails, stop the MDP service. This way if a report is not the correct date, we can wait for the report with the correct date to populate and then restart the service.