Hard to explain but we get two sets of files in, and index file and image file. Often the image file arrives way later, so we just run this resubmit.sh script I'm going to show in a second.
This basically uses those jar files and tries to reconcile the files, if they don't work the files go back into a directory with the file extensions .err and rpt
Each time they do the resbumit.sh it updates the time stamp. How can we retry like 5 times and then kick out an email that this has been resumitted 5 times please notify vendor?
In the loop, will the .err files be removed on later success? How to tell new errors from old ones during the loop? Will there be leftovers from the last run?
What wait period between loops do you want?
In the following, the index file is placed in the requests directory, and the image file in the temp directory. The index files can have different extensions to indicate grouping or priority.
The pid file is used to prevent subsequent invocations of the cron job from running.
You can periodically examine the contents of the temp and request directories for entries that older than some specified time.
Not sure why you should need cron for your task, but this should run under it as well. Make sure it is run by bash! Replace your if construct with
Be aware that you need to check for the error files in every loop. Check the mail stuff and adapt to your system.
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