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The Main Quartz Properties

Table A.1 lists the main scheduler properties. They are used to declare and identify the Scheduler and other top-level settings.

Table A.1. The Main Quartz Scheduler Properties

Name

Required

Type

Default Value

org.quartz.scheduler.instanceName

No

String

'QuartzScheduler'

org.quartz.scheduler.instanceId

No

String

'NON_CLUSTERED'

org.quartz.scheduler.instance IdGenerator.class

No

String

org.quartz.simpl. SimpleInstanceIdGenerator.

org.quartz.scheduler.threadName

No

String

instanceName + '_QuartzSchedulerThread'

org.quartz.scheduler.idleWaitTime

No

Long

30000

org.quartz.scheduler.dbFailure RetryInterval

No

Long

15000

org.quartz.scheduler.classLoad Helper.class

No

String

org.quartz.simpl.Cascading ClassLoadHelper

org.quartz.context.key.SOME_KEY

No

String

None

org.quartz.scheduler.user TransactionURL

No

String

'java:comp/UserTransaction'

org.quartz.scheduler.wrapJob ExecutionInUserTransaction

No

Boolean

false

org.quartz.scheduler.job Factory.class

No

String

.quartz.simpl.Simple JobFactory

 

org.quartz.scheduler.instanceName

Each Quartz Scheduler must be identified by a given name. The name serves as a mechanism for client code to distinguish Schedulers when multiple instances are used within the same program. If you are using the clustering features, you must use the same name for every instance in the cluster that is "logically" the same Scheduler.

org.quartz.scheduler.instanceId

Each Quartz Scheduler must be assigned a unique ID. The value can be any string but must be unique for all schedulers. You may use the value AUTO as the instanceId if you want the ID to be generated for you. Starting with version 1.5.1, you can customize how instance IDs are automatically generated. See the instanceIDGenerator.class property, which is described next.

org.quartz.scheduler.instanceIdGenerator.class

Starting with version 1.5.1, this property enables you to customize how instanceIDs are generated. This property can be used only if the property org.quartz.scheduler.instance-Id is set to AUTO. Defaults to org.quartz.simpl.SimpleInstanceIdGenerator, which generates an instance ID based on host name and time stamp.

org.quartz.scheduler.threadName

This can be any String that is a valid name for a Java thread. If this property is not specified, the thread will receive the Scheduler's name (org.quartz.scheduler.instanceName) plus the appended string '_QuartzSchedulerThread'.

org.quartz.scheduler.idleWaitTime

This property sets the amount of time in milliseconds that the Scheduler will wait before it requeries for available triggers when the Scheduler is otherwise idle. Normally, you should not have to tune this parameter, unless you're using XA transactions and are having problems with delayed firings of triggers that should fire immediately.

org.quartz.scheduler.dbFailureRetryInterval

This property sets the amount of time in milliseconds that the Scheduler will wait between retries when it has detected a loss of connectivity within the JobStore (such as to the database). This parameter is not used when using RamJobStore.

org.quartz.scheduler.classLoadHelper.class

This defaults to the most robust approach, which is to use the org.quartz.simpl.CascadingClassLoadHelper classwhich, in turn, uses every other ClassLoadHelper class until one works. You will probably not need to specify any other class for this property, except maybe within application servers. All the current possible ClassLoadHelper implementations can be found in the org.quartz.simpl package.

org.quartz.context.key.SOME_KEY

This property is used to add a name-value pair that will be placed into the "Scheduler context" as strings. (see Scheduler.getContext()). So for example, the setting org.quartz.context.key.MyEmail = myemail@somehostcom would perform the equivalent of scheduler.getContext().put("MyEmail"," myemail@somehost.com")

org.quartz.scheduler.userTransactionURL

This should be set to the JNDI URL where Quartz can locate the application server's UserTransaction manager. The default value (if not specified) is java:comp/UserTransaction, which works for almost all application servers. Websphere users might need to set this property to jta/usertransaction. This is used only if Quartz is configured to use JobStoreCMT, and org.quartz.scheduler.wrapJobExecutionInUserTransaction is set to true.

org.quartz.scheduler.wrapJobExecutionInUserTransaction

Set this property to true if you want Quartz to start a UserTransaction before calling execute on your job. The transaction will commit after the job's execute method completes and after the JobDataMap is updated (if it is a StatefulJob). The default value is false.

org.quartz.scheduler.jobFactory.class

This is the class name of the JobFactory to use. The default is org.quartz.simpl.SimpleJobFactory. You can also try the value org.quartz.simpl.PropertySettingJobFactory. A job factory is responsible for producing instances of job classes. The SimpleJobFactory class calls newInstance() on the job class. The PropertySettingJobFactory also calls newInstance() but reflectively sets the job's bean properties using the contents of the JobDataMap.


Configuring the Quartz ThreadPool

Scheduling in the Enterprise

Getting Started with Quartz

Hello, Quartz

Scheduling Jobs

Cron Triggers and More

JobStores and Persistence

Implementing Quartz Listeners

Using Quartz Plug-Ins

Using Quartz Remotely

Using Quartz with J2EE

Clustering Quartz

Quartz Cookbook

Quartz and Web Applications

Using Quartz with Workflow

Appendix A. Quartz Configuration Reference





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