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Difffernt technologies vialable for Job Scheduling Purposes related to java

 
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Hi ,

I am having a question related to Timer Services avialable for Job Scheduling Purposes .

As far as my knowledge is concerned ,
For Job scheduling Taks , i thing that java.util.Timer and TimerTask classes are sufficient , then whats the purpose or new thing thing for sun to introduce Timer Service Facility in EJB3 versionn

I wouldn't comment on Cron or Quartz as they are not related to Java

Thanks , please advise .
 
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A timer in an EJB container is really just the same thing as a basic timer, except it has access to all the container provided services.

(NB: Quartz is a Java library - so very much related to Java)
 
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(NB: Quartz is a Java library - so very much related to Java)



Thank you .
 
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