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From Bert Van Kets <>
Subject Re: Cocoon task scheduler
Date Mon, 28 Oct 2002 13:20:53 GMT
There has been a similar thread before.  dig up that one first.

Cocoon, being a servlet, only reacts to http requests.
So the only way to activate things on a timely basis is to use another 
program that calls a URL, and thus a pipeline, that activates whatever you 
want to get done.
A wget in a cron job can do the trick.


At 14:02 28/10/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>Hello everybody,
>I'm writing application with Cocoon which include Cocoon portal, 
>authentication, etc..
>All you need when you use an application server.
>But I think about a functionnality which would be very useful on a app 
>server: a scheduler (like the Cron in Unix).
>So my question is: what the solution with Cocoon if I want to automate and 
>execute tasks without a HTTP request (for example to execute a task every 
>sunday at 12 o'clock)??
>Could I use an independant software in my server or is there a concept in 
>Thank you
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