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Cron expression to run every two days from the current day  RSS feed

 
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Hi,

How to write a cron expression to execute on every two days from the current day.

I have used one expression like "1 0 18 */2 * ?" but it is firing only in the odd days.. i guess becaz it is starting it from day 1 of the month.

So can anyone help on this?

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sivachithambaram Rangaraj wrote:
I have used one expression like "1 0 18 */2 * ?" but it is firing only in the odd days.. i guess becaz it is starting it from day 1 of the month.


You mean the cron expression firing correctly after each 2 days, in your case, starting from 1, :
1 3 5 so on...
Thats what you want, right OR you want even/odd days execution ??
For latter case, try using "2/2" - "fire every 2 days starting on the second day of the month".

For more info:
http://www.quartz-scheduler.org/docs/tutorials/crontrigger.html
 
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Thanks rohan ,for the reply..

My scenario is like if i schedule it on 10th of feb the job should be executed for every n days starting on 10th feb ..not on the even days alone or not on the odd days alone...the intereval may vary from 1 to n...

 
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I solved it by building a simple trigger with the specified interval multiplied by 24..

i.e Trigger t=Triggerutils.makeHourlyTrigger(interval*24);'
This will trigger for every n days ..


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sivachithambaram Rangaraj wrote:Thanks rohan ,for the reply..


Please go though my signature.

sivachithambaram Rangaraj wrote:My scenario is like if i schedule it on 10th of feb the job should be executed for every n days starting on 10th feb ..not on the even days alone or not on the odd days alone...the intereval may vary from 1 to n...


Then I think, your expression should work.

I solved it by building a simple trigger with the specified interval multiplied by 24..


Are you sure, multiplying it by 24 hours solves your original requirement, i'e firing after each 2 days
 
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Also, any moderator watching this thread, please move it to "Other JSE/JEE API" section.
 
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Sagar Rohankar wrote:Also, any moderator watching this thread, please move it to "Other JSE/JEE API" section.


Why? It sounds like it is about cron which is a UNIX tool.
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:

Sagar Rohankar wrote:Also, any moderator watching this thread, please move it to "Other JSE/JEE API" section.


Why? It sounds like it is about cron which is a UNIX tool.


This is what the OP wrote:

sivachithambaram Rangaraj wrote:
i.e Trigger t=Triggerutils.makeHourlyTrigger(interval*24);'


and TriggerUtils is the Quartz class.
 
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