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Reading and writing the product data. Decompressing the input file with a tasklet.
Skipping incorrect lines instead of failing. Spring Batch concepts 2. The batch domain language.
The Spring Batch infrastructure. Batch configuration 3. Configuring the job repository.
Running batch jobs 4. Launching concepts. Launching from the command line. Launching from a web application. Reading data 5.
Data reading concepts. Reading from relational databases. Writing data 6.
Data-writing concepts. Adapting existing services for reuse.
Implementing custom item writers. Processing data 7. Processing items.
Filtering and validating items. Implementing bulletproof jobs 8.
What is a bulletproof job? Transaction management 9. A transaction primer. Transaction management in Spring Batch components. Transaction management patterns. Controlling execution A complex flow in the online store application.
Externalizing flow definitions. Start reading. Background Chapter 1. Introducing Spring Batch Chapter 2. Spring Batch concepts Part 2. Core Spring Batch Chapter 3.
Batch configuration Chapter 4. Running batch jobs Chapter 5. Reading data Chapter 6. Writing data Chapter 7. Processing data Chapter 8. Implementing bulletproof jobs Chapter 9. Transaction management Part 3.