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Here is my source:

function sc_delete_user_confirm_form_submit($form, &$form_state) {
   //...
      $batch = array(
        'operations' => array(),
        'finished' => 'user_delete_tickets_batch_finished',
        'title' => t('Processing delete user tickets'),
        'init_message' => t('Deleting user tickets is starting.'),
        'progress_message' => t('Processing...'),
        'error_message' => t('Deleting user tickets has encountered an error.'),
      );
      $batch['operations'][] = array('user_delete_tickets_batch_process', array());
      batch_set($batch);
  //...
}

function user_delete_tickets_batch_process(&$context) {
  watchdog('my_module', 'user_delete_tickets_batch_process ENTER!', array(),  WATCHDOG_ERROR);
  //...
}

function user_delete_tickets_batch_finished($success, $results, $operations) {
  watchdog(my_module', 'user_delete_tickets_batch_finished ENTER!', array(), WATCHDOG_ERROR);
  //...
}

I see progress bar but it not call my callback method user_delete_tickets_batch_process (I didn't see log in /admin/reports/dblog), also it not call user_delete_tickets_batch_finished. What is wrong in this my source.

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Try specifing the file where your functions are located.

Even if those functions are in the same file as your #submit callback, the file path may be needed.

$batch = array(
  'operations' => array(),
  'finished' => 'user_delete_tickets_batch_finished',
  'title' => t('Processing delete user tickets'),
  'init_message' => t('Deleting user tickets is starting.'),
  'progress_message' => t('Processing...'),
  'error_message' => t('Deleting user tickets has encountered an error.'),
  'file' => drupal_get_path('module', 'your_module') . '/your_module.module'
);

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