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Quartz Job Scheduling Framework by Chuck Cavaness

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Chapter 13. Quartz and Web Applications

Up to this point, our interaction with the Quartz framework has primarily been through the command line. For users such as my old college computer science professor (who would tell me every day, “GUIs are for wimps!”), command-line usage is very acceptable. When applications are developed and finished, however, they are often turned over to end users or support teams. Putting GUI front ends on top of command-line applications can be quite helpful and much appreciated. This chapter describes how to use Quartz within Web applications to make scheduling and maintaining jobs easier.

Using Quartz Within a Web Application

By now, you’ve seen many examples of Quartz running as a stand-alone application in a J2SE ...

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