This example shows how to write a Job script to define a Job that will call a child Job a given number of times.
The Job will contain the following components:
a tLoop component, to trigger the execution of the task.
a tRunJob component, to call a child Job.
Before creating this Job script, create a simple Job named HelloWorld. This Job will be called as the child Job. In this example, this Job contains a single tJava component, which will execute the following Java code:
System.out.println("Hello World !");
Make sure that the Job can be successfully executed, and note down its process ID.