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Hello,

In a project I need to make a planner tasks, they must be persistent in BDD, ie it can be modified beings, you can delete, pause them, create jobs in runtilme etc. ....


I am looking for an example with spring and hibernate which allows it to ...


Thank you in advance.
 
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Hi thanks for your response,

Well I need to configure



How I can configure the dataSource if I have already configured a bean dataSource, I don't repeat again the configuration of URL and etc....



Thanks in advance!

 
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I have the following configuration:




But I have the following exception





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Why not use org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.SchedulerFactoryBean
 
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