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Cluster and Timers

ray frid
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Hi all.
I am using Weblgoic 11g(EJB3.0/EJB3.1)

I need to schedule a task which invoked every day at a specific time.
I am behind cluster.

Any suggestions in which way I should use it? Should I use Quartz? or Common J? Should I create Singleton which will manage the timers between the clustser?

Tips will help. thanks,

ray.
Deepak Bala
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Quartz is a good place to start. A lot of batch code is written using that framework


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