Your original message did post, but it's not clear what you want to do. What do you mean by:
I would like to have the possibility for the user to interact with his own local computer fulfilling some data before to run the procedure .
Where does the data that you want to "fulfill" reside? Is it in the database that you call with a batch procedure? If so, I would think you could build another database for the user that has linked tables to the database you call. You could let the user update information via forms on the linked tables, then invoke the other database's procedure - perhaps by calling Windows to run the batch file.
Hope that helps...
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