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Hi experts,
I have two questions.
One what exactly is a batch and how do you call stored procedures from it
Return a status value to a calling procedure or batch to indicate success or failure and the reason for failure
Seconds,
what does this statement means
"responsible for monitoring of risk batches and fixing problem". does it have to with the sql batches?
risk batches??

It will great if you could provide any help in this regards.

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An SQL batch is a set of one or more Transact-SQL statements sent from a client to an instance of SQL Server for execution. It represents a unit of work submitted to the Database Engine by users.

risk batches are to do with financial batch trading but thats all I know.

from dictionary.com :

batch trading

A trading system for securities in which orders accumulate and then, at specified times, are executed all at once. Batch trading in the U.S. securities markets only is used on opening transactions when orders received after the previous day's close are executed all at one time.
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