Java Reference
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import java.util.List;
import javax.batch.api.AbstractItemWriter;
* @author Juneau
public class AcmeWriter extends AbstractItemWriter<WidgetOutputItem> {
public void writeItems(List<WidgetOutputItem> list) throws Exception {
for(WidgetOutputItem item:list){
System.out.println("Write to file:" + item.getLineText());
The WidgetReportItem and WidgetOutputItem objects are merely containers that hold a String of text. Below is
the implementation for WidgetReportItem , the WidgetOutputItem object is identical other than the name.
public class WidgetReportItem {
private String lineText;
public WidgetReportItem(String line){
this.lineText = line;
* @return the lineText
public String getLineText() {
return lineText;
* @param lineText the lineText to set
public void setLineText(String lineText) {
this.lineText = lineText;
When this batch job is executed, the text file is read, processed, and then specific lines of text are written to the system
log. The read and process tasks are performed as part of the first step, and then the write is processed as the second
step. To execute this batch job, the a JobOperator must be obtained by executing BatchRuntime.geteJobOperator() .
Once the JobOperator has been obtained, its start method can be invoked, passing the name of the batch XML file
for processing, along with the necessary Properties. In the example below, an EJB timer is used to schedule the batch
job that we have created in the previous code examples.
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