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Java Cron Jobs Stop for one hour a day.

 
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I am developing java application and in this i wanted to run some method periodically. I have used java schedule to run that method periodically. This is my Cron Expression.

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This works fine. Now I wanted to stop running this scheduler for one hour per day. How I can write Cron Expression to do it? Give me a idea.

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Hi Pradeep,
Could you please be more clear on whcih hour or any hour can do??

If thats the case(Any hour) you can write the trigger as "0 * 0-22 ? * *" which will trigger every day from 0 to 22th hour and will stop working for the 23rd hour.

 
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I have done it like this way .
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Its seem work fine.

Thanks for answer...
 
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I would even say that is the CORRECT way to do it. It is obvious what is intended - that you don't want it to run from 1p - 2p
 
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