One of the most interesting features in the Oracle Utilities Application Framework (220.127.116.11.0 and above) is the Batch Level Of Service feature. This feature allows for a configuration of an algorithm to return the level of service based upon any calculated metrics. The service returns a code that describes whether the metric used met the configured target and if not, the reason it did not (as configured in the algorithm).
The Batch Level Of Service algorithm is an information only algorithm and is not executed as part of the batch processing for the execution of the batch control it is attached to. It is called by monitoring functions and portals to display the level of service.
Typically this algorithm will compare the last execution of a process against a specific target metric and then return whether the metric exceeded some target value or not. The use of this algorithm is simple:
You are now ready.. Any portal that uses the Level Of Service will now display the level of service. For example of monitoring portals refer to Building Portals, Building A Level Of Service Algorithm, base Level Of Service algorithms and Calling Batch Level Of Service manually for additional examples and advice.
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