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 +===== Batch Run =====
 +//Batch Run// allows you to submit a set of models for concurrent execution. Often times you may need to run multiple models to test a specific scenarios you need to test or just need to run a bunch models to simulate a specific production load scenarios.
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 +{{http://​testoptimal.com/​img/​batchRun.png}}
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 +All models within the current installation are listed alphabetically. You may re-sort the model by clicking on the sort button next to the column label.
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 +Select the models to be executed by checking the checkbox next to the model. ​ You may check or un-check all models by clicking on the checkbox on the header section.
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 +To submit the selected models for execution, enter a brief description in //Stat Desc// field, the email address in //Email on Completion//​ field to receive the notification when model executions are completed, and click //Run Selected Models// button.
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 +==== Run on Enterprise Server ====
 +[[enterpriseedition | Enterprise Edition Server]] allows up to 5 concurrent model executions for the standard edition and can be licensed to run more than 5 models.
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 +If your IDE is running on an //​Enterprise Server//, the models by default will be execute on the same server. ​ You can view and manage the model executions with the IDE by switching to different models through //Session// menu.
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 +However you can still submit models to run on //Runtime Servers// by connecting to [[server_manager_edition | SvrMgr]]. ​ See more details at the next section.
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 +==== Run on Runtime Servers ====
 +You can submit the models to run on [[runtime_server | Runtime Servers]] that are managed by [[server_manager_edition | SvrMgr]]. ​ All you have to do is to connect to [[server_manager_edition | SvrMgr]] before you open //Run Batch//​. ​
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 +To connect to [[server_manager_edition | SvrMgr]], select //File / Connect to SvrMgr//​. ​ If //SvrMgr// is connected successfully,​ you should see the menu item appear //File / Disconnect SvrMgr//​. ​ Use this new menu to disconnect from //SvrMgr// when you are done.
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 +==== Configure SvrMgr ====
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 +By default, //SvrMgr// is set to be running on //​http://​localhost:​8000//​ in your installation. ​ Most likely your //SvrMgr// is running on another host and port#, in which case you will nee to change the configuration to match the //SvrMgr// url.
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 +To change the //SvrMgr// url, select //Help / Server Configuration//​ menu to open [[config | Configuration Property]] dialog. Look for //SvrMgr URL// field and set it to appropriate value. ​
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