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Calendar events scheduling in Java

 
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We can create calendars in java but could you tell how to do the scheduling of events in that.

If I create a event say today that is 30th Aug, and I want to make it to repeat every MONTH for n numbers of years...or WEEKLY or DAILY..I think you must have got that what I want to ask..??

Please suggest something ..!!

Thanks.
 
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You need to configure scheduler for this. Try out this.

http://www.quartz-scheduler.org/

 
Prashant Mathur
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Isn't there some api in jdk itself for scheduling for performing this thing ??
 
Mahajan Nikhil
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Java Timer class is there. But it does not covers all aspects of scheduling. Quartz scheduler is itself a java api for scheduling jobs. With this you can even create triggers for recurring events and many more features are there.
 
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