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Scheduling jobs in Weblogic 6.1

 
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Hello,
Is there a way to schedule jobs in WLS 6.1 besides the now deprecated Time Services? Or a free third party product?
Any help is appreciated.
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Rohit
 
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The preferred way is to use JMX Timer Beans. However, you could also check out Quartz.
 
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Thanks Chris.
1) Are these JMX timer beans available in WLS 6.1?
2) Any exapmles / links will greatly help.
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Rohit
 
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The weblogic.management.timer.Timer JMX bean became available only in 7.0 so you can't use that. I guess Quartz is a good choice.
 
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:
The weblogic.management.timer.Timer JMX bean became available only in 7.0 so you can't use that. I guess Quartz is a good choice.


JMX Timers are available in WLS 6.1 also. In fact, I used them to write a fairly flexible job scheduler for a client about a year ago.
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Originally posted by Chris Mathews:
JMX Timers are available in WLS 6.1 also. In fact, I used them to write a fairly flexible job scheduler for a client about a year ago.


Strange. I didn't see it in the API.
I was also involved in a project last year where we used 6.1 and needed a scheduling system. If JMX Timers really were available, I can't see why the subcontractor wouldn't use those instead of the commercial product which didn't work without heavy hammering.
 
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