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Doubt in Quartz job scheduling ?

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in my application we have web pages where we can schedule a job.

i like to use quartz , but job should not run until user click a start schedule button.

he may click the button after some days .

please let me know is it possible to implement this kind of feature using quartz ?

any idea is appreciated .

please help me ........

thanks in advance ,.......
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Hi Jayaraj,

it IS possible! I'm currently working on a similar web-based application which allows users to schedule some kind of jobs. You can easily schedule those jobs (whatever the job may do when executed) into Quartz without having to run them immediately. Quartz is very flexible in this point. Also it's possible to use different storage backends for Quartz jobs. You can for example simply switch from an in-memory storage to a JDBC based database backend. Then none of your jobs will get lost even if the web application is down in the mean time. Later you can simply "turn on" a job depending on some timing or of course manually when the users clicks a button

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