Example: Generating a Runtime Definition File

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Example: Generating a Runtime Definition File

 

The last step in defining the base problem is to determine whether or not you want to generate a runtime definition file.  Double-click the "Runtime Definition File" cell of the base problem row and then respond YES or NO to the message that follows.

 

For the example, generate a Runtime Definition file.  To do this you will respond YES to the message which asks if you would like to generate a Runtime Definition file.  You will see another visual reminder in the Batch Grid, the name of the Runtime Definition file NYSE.DEF.

 

That's it!  You have just built the base problem.  Now let's build some alias problems.  This is where the Batch Processor will really save you time.