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From Vadim Gritsenko <va...@reverycodes.com>
Subject Re: Is it a bug in the cron block?
Date Thu, 24 Feb 2005 16:50:05 GMT
Frank Rennekamp wrote:
> 
> I tried to use the cron block and found some difficulties. Before I
> forget it, I'm working with cocoon 2.1.6, java SDK 1.4.2, tomcat 5.0.28
> and linux (debian).
> 
> Activating the cron block with standard values in the cocoon.xconf
> worked fine. 
> But I wanted to save the cron jobs in a database, so I made one change
> in the configuration and was using the JobStore 'tx':
> 
>       <store type="tx"
> delegate="org.quartz.impl.jdbcjobstore.HSQLDBDelegate">
>         <datasource provider="jndi">jdbc/personnel</datasource>

There is also provider="excalibur".


>       </store>
> 
> (By the way, the only documentation found here was:'tx' and 'cmt' stores
> require datasource configuration. Attributes delegate and provider are
> optional. Not very helpfull, and which database structure do I have to
> use? In the end I found this information on the quatz-scheduler
> homepage, but it would be nice to bundle this with the cron block)

Send in a patch to the documentation / configuration file, via BugZilla.


> First I hoped I could use the datasource defined in the cocoon.xconf,
> but I didn't find a solution.

See provider "excalibur" above.


> So I had to configure the same datasource again, this time for use as
> JNDI Datasource.

<snip/>

> I don't know enough about JNDI to tell if this is a bug or if this is
> just a house made problem. Can anyone tell me?

It is a house made problem. You used wrong JNDI URL, in your case it should be:

   java:comp/env/jdbc/personnel


Vadim

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