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Issue in Quartz rescheduling

 
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Hi,

I have an issue with Quartz job rescheduling. The issue is as below,

1. I have 2 Scheduler jobs which are based on Cron expressions.
2. The first job (Job A )will configure the second job (Job B)and Job A itself based on cron expressions provided in data base table.
3. The Job A is configured to run at every 0th minute of hour and Job B is scheduled to run at 15th minute of every hour.
4. After both the jobs ran for first time , I am changing the cron expression for the Job B to 'run it on every 45th minute of every hour'
5. On the 0th minute of next hour, Job A is reconfiguring Job B melodramatically (Using Scheduler.rescheduleJob()). At this point expected behavior is
the Job B should run on next 45th minute of the coming hour. But the Job b is running along with the Job A running on 0th miute of the hour and on
45th minute as expected. Later on it is running on 45th minute only as expected.

Additional information:
Quartz version used : 1.6.5
This scheduling program is deployed in Jboss 4.3 application server with two nodes in clustered environment
Database used : Oracle 10g
 
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Arun Vasu wrote:Hi,

I have an issue with Quartz job rescheduling. The issue is as below,

1. I have 2 Scheduler jobs which are based on Cron expressions.
2. The first job (Job A )will configure the second job (Job B)and Job A itself based on cron expressions provided in data base table.
3. The Job A is configured to run at every 0th minute of hour and Job B is scheduled to run at 15th minute of every hour.
4. After both the jobs ran for first time , I am changing the cron expression for the Job B to 'run it on every 45th minute of every hour'
5. On the 0th minute of next hour, Job A is reconfiguring Job B melodramatically (Using Scheduler.rescheduleJob()). At this point expected behavior is
the Job B should run on next 45th minute of the coming hour. But the Job b is running along with the Job A running on 0th miute of the hour and on
45th minute as expected. Later on it is running on 45th minute only as expected.

Additional information:
Quartz version used : 1.6.5
This scheduling program is deployed in Jboss 4.3 application server with two nodes in clustered environment
Database used : Oracle 10g

Clould somebody tell me what may be the issue here?

Thanks in advance!
Arun
 
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Wow, quicking within one minute. That must be a record!

For future reference, PatienceIsAVirtue.
 
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Somebody please look into this!
 
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