• Subject: Re: Interactive vs. Batch (was Did IBM finally roll out SAA with Webs phere?)
  • From: jpcarr@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2001 11:44:20 -0400


>Am I wrong on any of this?  Is there a better way of looking at
Interactive
vs. Batch?<

Jim

I think it isn't a question of how the machine handles the load or
performance.
It is the fact that webfacing runs as an interactive job and that You get
Charged $$ for the amount of your interactive capacity.   If it ran as a
batch job, it would cost you less.

John Carr

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