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I want to this but don't know how can i do that?

you can create a class that implements the Job interface called "SalesReportJob". The job might be coded to expect parameters sent to it (via the JobDataMap) to specify the name of the sales person that the sales report should be based on. They may then create multiple definitions (JobDetails) of the job, such as "SalesReportForJoe" and "SalesReportForMike" which have "joe" and "mike" specified in the corresponding JobDataMaps as input to the respective jobs.
 
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Since your problem description seems to be copied almost verbatim, have you looked at http://quartz-scheduler.org/documentation/quartz-2.x/tutorials/tutorial-lesson-03
 
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