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From David Kavanagh <>
Subject Re: 2.0.4 scheduler
Date Tue, 27 May 2003 02:54:07 GMT
I needed one also and took a few days to write a generic task mechanism 
based heavily on the Avalon stuff (that Cocoon uses). It has its own 
.xconf file and can fire off timed tasks (periodic and cron type). Tasks 
can also be triggered from an action or another task. My task manager is 
an avalon component, so it is set up in the cocoon.xconf file. Several 
projects at work are using it right now. It might be something we could 
donate to the community.


Tony Edwards wrote:

>Hello Cocooners,
>Is there an existing scheduling mechanism for Cocoon 2.0.4?
>If not, is there a straight forward way of integrating Cocoon with Quartz,
>for example?
>Additionally, are there many readers of this list residing in Australia as I
>would like to get a handle on who and how many people are utilising Cocoon
>in Oz.
>Tony Edwards
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