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Let me consider a scenario here
Total Records - 13000
Max Record per thread - 5000
I have configured 3 thread.
Thread 1 picks 5000
Thread 2 picks 5000
Thread 3 picks 3000
Thread 3 completes the job quicker than the other threads and calls the EOF message. In other words, Service to execute on Completion will be execute anytime getJobs retrieves 0 messages.
Requirement - EOF message needs to be sent once after all the items have been processed. Essentially when the executeJobs doesnt have any records to process.
If we have to implement sterling as store inventory master, it becomes pertinent that such features should be included out of the box in product, else we can not reliably publish store inventory to external systems.
IT IS ABOLUTELY NECESSARY TO HAVE IT OOB.
This is URGENT PRIORITY for us.
Abhijit Kumar Roy
OMNI Architect, Eileen Fisher
How will this idea be used?
We have requirement to send the Store Inventory Full sync every night to Order Capture Systems. With increasing SKU levels and increasing Stores, it is turning out to be a deterrent. Plus we have a very narrow window for full sync as there are other reconciliation among RMS and Wholesale systems take up most of the Store off hours. We just cannot keep a single thread running.
|What is your industry?||Retail|
|What is the idea priority?||Urgent|
|Link to original RFE|