Liane Will, Sigrid Hagemann
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Chapter 9: Background processing
Generally speaking, all programs that don't require explicit user dialog processing can also run in the background. This chapter examines features like the job scheduler, analysis functions, authorizations, transactions and menu paths. Ample screen shots and sample code snippets make this a great overview of the benefits of background processing.
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