Use OutputCommitter.(abortJob, commitJob):
On Apr 26, 2012, at 4:44 PM, kasi subrahmanyam wrote:
> I have few jobs added to a Job controller .
> I need a afterJob() to be executed after the completion of s Job.
> For example
> Here i am actually overriding the Job of JobControl.
> I have Job2 depending on the output of Job1.This input for Job2is obtained after doing some File System operations on the output of the Job1.This operation should happen in a afterJob( ) method while is available for each Job.How do i make sure that afterJob () method is called for each Job added to the controller before running the jobs that are depending on it.
Arun C. Murthy