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From Scott Gray <scott.g...@hotwaxmedia.com>
Subject Re: How to run service some time after another service?
Date Thu, 10 Jan 2013 23:51:01 GMT
That is not a valid example, you should never modify the JobSandbox directly.  Use dispatcher.schedule(...)

Regards
Scott

On 9/01/2013, at 6:21 AM, mohd Viqar wrote:

> Here is an example
> 
> 
> 
> <now-timestamp field="currentTime"/>
> 
> <set-calendar field="jobruntime" days="14" from-field="currentTime"/>
> 
> <log level="info" message="current time is : ${currentTime} and job will run
> at : ${jobRuntTime}" />
> <make-value value-field="JobSandbox" entity-name="JobSandbox"/>
> 
> <sequenced-id sequence-name="JobSandbox" field="jobSandbox.jobId"/>
> 
> <set field="JobSandbox.jobName" value="My Service will run after 14 days" />
> 
> <set field="JobSandbox.runTime" from-field="jobRuntTime" type="Timestamp"/>
> 
> <set field="JobSandbox.poolId" value="pool" />
> 
> <set field="JobSandbox.statusId" value="SERVICE_PENDING" />
> 
> <set field="JobSandbox.serviceName" value="serviceNameToExecute" /> 
> 
> <set field="JobSandbox.runAsUser" value="system" />
> 
> <log level="info" message=" - JobSandbox - [${JobSandbox}]"></log>
> <check-errors />
> 
> <create-value value-field="JobSandbox" or-store="true"/>
> 
> Regards
> Mohd Viqar
> 
> 
> 
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