Quartz is an enterprise-class job scheduler for integration with stand-alone Java applications and full-scale J2EE applications. Advanced features include clustering and participation in container managed transactions. It is highly scalable, very lightweight, and supports very complex scheduling.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Java Libraries|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Released on Tuesday, March 29, 2011. This is the most significant revision since the project began over a decade ago. The most obvious differences with version 2.0 are the significant changes to the API. These changes aim to: modernize the API to use collections and generics, remove ambiguities and redundancies, hide/remove methods that should not be public to client code, improve separation of concerns, and introduce a Domain Specific Language (DSL) for working with the core entities (jobs and triggers).
Release Notes: This is a bug fix release addressing a few minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release contains several new features and changes, as well as a good number of bugfixes. The first phase of a significant rework of the documentation is complete.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Thos release contains a number of new features and bugfixes. The most notable additions/changes are performance improvements, improved XML initialization, more convenient interruption of executing jobs, new "interceptor" behavior for job/trigger listeners, new scheduling options for triggers, and a new mechanism for jobs to report the results of their operation.