As per the documentation of property "waitForJobsToCompleteOnShutdown" within "org.springframework.scheduling.quartz.SchedulerFactoryBean", Spring should wait for running jobs to complete before shutdown.
I have configured the scheduler in spring configuration xml as shown below -
I also have configured correponding trigger and job. Then I am scheduling the job using the scheduler.
This Spring module is deployed on weblogic 8.1.
When a 'shutdown' is issued from weblogic, it appears that weblogic does not wait for the spring job to complete before shutdown even though 'waitForJobsToCompleteOnShutdown' is set to TRUE.
Is Weblogic issuing a graceful shutdown to the Spring context? It is the context closing event that handles this, it has nothing to do with Weblogic. You can test this by running it in a standalone application and calling close on the context. If Weblogic won't wait there is nothing you can do.
Weblogic is issuing graceful shutdown. Please find below class that extends "ContextLoaderListener". Is there anything I need to do more in the "contextDestroyed" method to ensure that weblogic waits till all my currently running jobs are finished before shutting down?
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