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BEA Timer Control

 
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Hi All,

In my application, i m using the BEA Timer controller in web services.
There are few services to be run at end of day...so i m setting the frequency like HOURLY, DAILY and MONTHLY.

From JPF,i am calling the timer's start method like:

timerServiceControl.startTimer();

in the WEB services the startTimer() method has

serviceInvokeTimer.setTimeout(1);
serviceInvokeTimer.setRepeatsEvery(24*60*60);
serviceInvokeTimer.restart();

What is happening ...for example i m setting a EOD service for Daily and another for Hourly.
So the Hourly service is running for 23Hrs and then its stops.DAILY service is not running at all.

Can any one help me in finding out the issue.

Thanks,
Mohan
 
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"mohan",
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