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Hi,

I need to make new scheduler task. I know(propably:) that i have to make some class implementing ISchedulerTask, ensure loading that class by class loader, but I dont know how can i make new item in Scheduler Tasks list(Sys.administration-> Sys.configuration-> ContentManagement-> Global Services-> Scheduler Tasks). So how can i make new record in this list?

thanks

JJ

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2005 at 04:51 PM

    Hi JJ,

    you have to deliver the necessary config-framwork configuration together with your application (within the PAR file).

    The easiest way (at least to start) is to use the KM wizard within Eclipse to create a new Scheduler Task. I didn't check this for EP6 if it works (I have only done this for EP5, as far as I remember, but that was without any documentation), but the KM wizards don't work from scratch normally. Some things must be added by hand.

    If you got it that far, please come back if problems persist. The better forum would be KM.

    Hope it helps

    Detlev

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    • Former Member Detlev Beutner

      Hi,

      I tried a "standard" way but I was not successfull(propably because of my little experience 😔), I dont know how may i "read" generated configarchive files.

      updated: I have i new task in task list, but task is never started(only things i have to do is to create a new instance of a task and to add some timetables, is it everything?)

      thanks

      (i am out of depth:( )

      JJ

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