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UI management of Java scheduler jobs.

 
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Integrating Java quartz in a existing Struts2 webapplication which has Hibernate ORM. The quartz scheduler should display the management of jobs in UI. I am confused on which library to use.. is it either Myscheduler, Jwatch or anything else.

 
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Not sure about any available libraries.
But creating a simple web app which call quartz code and changes configuration which is maybe saved in a database or in files should be enough.
 
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Hi Sangram,
You may want to look at the QuartzDesk project that I am the founder of. It is a tool for remote management and monitoring of Quartz schedulers, their jobs and triggers. Please check the QuartzDesk Features page that provides a nice summary with screenshots.

Best regards,
Jan Moravec
QuartzDesk Founder
 
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