[jboss-user] [EJB3] - JBOSS EJB Timers, delete multiple copies.

David Steel do-not-reply at jboss.com
Fri Dec 2 07:11:10 EST 2011

David Steel [http://community.jboss.org/people/dsteel100] created the discussion

"JBOSS EJB Timers, delete multiple copies."

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I have moved from GlassFish in the past couple of days and I am using JBoss 6 and JBoss Developer Studio (30 day trail) to see if this is the way to go.  

I have created a Session Bean that is as follows:

public class FileMonitorTimer {

    @Schedule(second = "*/15", minute = "*", hour = "*", dayOfMonth = "*", month = "*", year = "*")
    public void ProcessFiles() {
        //do bits here

Every time I run the project from the IDE I get another timer instance created, so my questions are:

How do I remove multiple timer copies?
How do I ensure only one timer exists?

I didn't have this issue with GlassFish, but the code is the same.


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