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way of using scheduleAtFixedRate()

 
sonika khandelwal
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Hello everyone....i am in need please help me :
Their is several report information in excel file in rows
rname repeatafter...many more columns
report1 5
report2 10
//repeatafter will email the report after 5 mins...similarly report2 will repeatafter 10 mins
I hava a web application which is reading excel file from particular location and emailing the result of excel file This is done in ReportMailerApp.java.

Now i have form a listener in which i have called a scheduleAtFixedRate()

my code was fully working when all the the reports are mailing at the same time......but when i have to schedule the task (i.e. emailing the report) for particular time which i mentioned in repeatafter....the code is not working......please telll me what to do....please tell me from basics.....because i am a fresher
 
sonika khandelwal
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please help me this must be a very simple task....but since i am fresher i dont know
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

Your question is by no means clear. Do you mean you want to work out how to schedule sending your e-mails every 5 minutes?
 
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sonika khandelwal wrote:the code is not working......

What does that mean? Does it compile or not? If you get errors from the compiler, then what exactly are the errors (copy & paste them here)? Or, does it compile but do you get an error when you run it? If yes, then what exactly is the error message? What exactly did you expect the code to do and what exactly really happens, and how does that differ from what you expected?

It's really difficult for someone else to help you if the only thing you say is "it's not working".
 
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