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Sending an email using Job schedular for J2EE application  RSS feed

 
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Hi,

I am looking for a good tutorial with some example code which explains sending an email using crome in J2EE application.

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What do you mean by "crome"? "Chrome" is a web browser, but it has nothing to do with JEE. Is the problem sending an email, or scheduling a job, or something else entirely?
 
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Most available Java Job Schedulers are based on the Unix cron application(I think you want cron instead of crome).
Quartz is a open source Java scheduler. Quartz provides Java based API, it can be integrated with any J2EE-based APIā€”like JavaMail, JMS, JDBC, etc. Java Mail API can be used for sending mail with Quartz job.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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