Run JDBC Cursor Job operation

Invokes a service that is part of AEM forms using parameters read from each record of a JDBC query. A database cursor reads the input items. This approach is often the simplest and most efficient for reading the input items, although not all databases and application server environments support it.

For information about the General and Route Evaluation property groups, see Common operation properties .

Job Identification properties

Property that identifies the job run.

Run Identifier

A string value that uniquely identifies this job run among all job runs with the same parameters. If null or empty, a unique value is generated.

Service Operation properties

Properties that identify the service and operation to invoke for each batch item read.


The name of the AEM forms service or process that will be invoked for each batch item that is read.


The operation to invoke for each batch item that is read. When the service is a process, the value is always invoke . When the service is a Document Service Component, the value is the name of the service operation.

Static Service Parameters properties

Properties that identify static service parameters.

Static Parameters

A map that contains the parameters that are applied to the AEM forms service that is called for each item.

Batch Input properties

Properties that identify the input data source and input SQL.

Input Data Source

Input items are read from this data source.

Input SQL

An SQL statement where each row of the result set is mapped to a batch input item.

Batch Output properties

Properties that identify the output data source and output SQL.

Output Data Source

Output parameters for each batch item can be written to this data source. If null or empty, no output is written at the batch level.

Output SQL

An SQL statement that writes output parameters to the output data source. The SQL statement may use named parameters that correspond to input or output parameters, for example, "insert into mytable (c1, c2) value (:param1, :param2)".

Optimization properties

Properties that identify the partition strategy, its parameters, and commit interval.

Partition Strategy

Determines how the input items will be partitioned for parallel processing. Use any of the following values:

  • No Partitioning. Input items are processed sequentially

  • Each Partition has a specified number of input items

  • The input items are split into a specified number of partitions

Partition Strategy Parameters

Arguments used by the partitioning strategy. The number of input items per partition or the number partitions, depending on the partition strategy.

Commit Interval

The number of items that will be processed before the batch processing state is committed to persistent store. Setting this value too low may use more resources. Setting this value too high may risk transaction time outs. If a failure occurs, the batch processor needs to retry processing those items.

Result properties

Batch processing return code. Can return any of the following values:









This operation can throw a BatchProcessorException.

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