A single asynchronous trigger job target configured on the system. An asynchronous
trigger job consists of a list of directories and/or files to monitor for changes, a BBj program
to be run when a monitored file is written to, and another program to execute when a file has a record
removed from it.
These triggers differ from standard file triggers in that the file operation does not wait for the
trigger operation to complete, before continuing. This means there is almost no overhead on the
file system. Further, these triggers can be configured to run on a remote BBj Services installation
to allow the administrator to distribute the interpreter workload to another machine.