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viswam konkepudi
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HI,

We are planning to develop a framework for our job scheduling using the J2ee timers,
It will be good if you can share any ideas

thanks
 
Rajkamal Pillai
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Why opt for reinventing the wheel?
Ycan use a Quartz Timer which is configurable via XML but if you are not so keen about third party tools, go for a JDK Timer.

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Raj.
 
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Right,but we want to avoid the thirdparty libraries (we are already usinf FLUX)
 
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We use cron on Unix. There is also a Task Scheduler built into Windows but I don't have any experience with that.
Your team should get over their resistance to third-party libraries. Third party libraries are like getting someone to work on your project for free. In most cases you get well-tested code and prompt support from an experienced community. Then you can concentrate on solving your business problems instead of working on infrastructure like timers.
 
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