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Batch Framework in J2EE

 
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Hi All,
I am in the process of searching for a batch framework to be used in our J2EE product.
So it means it would have to run in a J2EE container.

I considered Quartz - http://www.opensymphony.com/quartz/. But it seems to be using direct (un-managed) thread from java. This would be a problem in container.

Another option is Spring batch - http://static.springframework.org/spring-batch. It seems to be a decent choice.

Any other options?

Thanks in Advance,
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What sort of J2EE container does it need to run in? EJB? Servlet? We find Quartz works for us.
 
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We use Cron for our batch processes.
The EJB's need to live in a container. The caller (client) can pretty much be any process.
 
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