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Java Schedule Class

 
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Hello,

Excuse me for asking a silly question, but I am checking the possibilities.

Is there any way I can invoke a class with user intervention, to be more specific, I do not want to use OS level scheduler or database scheduler like DBMS_JOB, I will be deploying this class in the database and it should fire at a certain point of time.

Any help is highly appreciated.

Thanks

Cosmos
 
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