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Out of curiosity, do any of you (in a professional capacity, as in, the company you work for) have various automated jobs that run at night the still execute batch files? And said jobs are put into a workflow with predecessor / successor dependencies, such that if one of the .bat processes (which can be, say, an EXE or a SQL SP call) fails, the whole dependency chain fails?

Or does your company use a more sophisticated way of dealing with automating workflows and dependencies?
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