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Timer in Weblogic

 
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Can we do task scheduling in WebLogic 8.1?...I'm having a scenario like this...i need to run a java file/servlet at a fixed time (say 8:00AM) every day...is it possible to do that / configure that in WebLogic?
 
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I can always write a stand alone java program which can do the above mentioned task..but it would be better if i can configure that in the server itself...
 
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You can do that by registering the class that you need to run at a given time. This can be done using the weblogic console. Lookup for Startup and Shutdown (Under 'Your Deployed Resources').

Hope this helps.
 
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Hi Narayanan,
did u succeed in achieving the timer task? I am curious as I am working on similar stuff.

Thanks
Shashi
 
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