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  • <stop /> applies only to externalized flow, not to surrounding job

    using a <stop /> tag from within an externalized flow/job stops the flow/job execution, but not the surrounding job. So the flow/job stops, but the surrounding job keeps running, moving on to the step following the externalized flow/job.

    This behavior makes sense, but is it the expected behavior? Wouldn't stopping the whole execution (i.e. surrounding job execution) make more sense?

  • #2
    Thanks, Arnaud. I don't think that was intentional. Can you raise a JIRA?

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    • #3
      JIRA created: https://jira.springsource.org/browse/BATCH-1710

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