[jboss-user] [EJB 3.0] - Re: Using quartz from EJB 3.0
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Fri Jul 18 11:36:50 EDT 2008
"jaikiran" wrote : anonymous wrote : I would like to get the Quartz scheduler.
| How do you deploy the quartz scheduler? Does it get bound in the JNDI? If yes, then you can inject it using the @Resource annotation and the mappedName attribute:
Thanks for your suggestion. Currently I haven't set up anything yet. I've used Quartz a lot in plain web applications (Tomcat based) and I also made some simple EJB3 applications.
Recently the requirement came up to schedule jobs programmatically from within EJB3 beans. Since I've never combined the two before, I wondered what the best approach was.
What you basically mean is that I deploy Quartz within a separate web application, bind it to JNDI from there and pick it up through JNDI again from the EJB3 side?
If I did that, I probably can't give the scheduler a job class name of code that lives within the EJB3 container, since the scheduler then lives within another container (a web container). I could circumvent this perhaps by having a job class at the web container side that calls the EJB3 container again.
Is such a scheme what you're aiming at, or did you mean something else?
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