A lot of Obsidian users write custom jobs in Java and leverage their existing codebase to performs things like file archive or file transfer right inside the job. While it’s great to reuse that existing code you have, sometimes users end up implementing the same logic in multiple jobs, which isn’t ideal, since it means … Read more
In this post I’m going to cover how to do job chaining in Quartz versus Obsidian Scheduler. Both are Java job schedulers, but they have different approaches so I thought I’d highlight them here and give some guidance to users using both options. It’s very common when using a job scheduler to need to chain … Read more
As software professionals, we need our job schedulers to be reliable, easy to use and transparent. When it comes to job schedulers, transparent means letting us know what is going on. We want to have available to us information such as when was the job scheduled to run, when did it start, when did it … Read more
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