Quartz.NET Quartz.NET is a full-featured, open source job scheduling system that can be used from smallest apps to large scale enterprise systems.
This provider enables MongoDB to be used as the back-end job store via the Official 10gen provider. Hugely inspired by the Elmah-MongoDB project. It is an adaptation of the original "RAMJobStore" with custom BSON serializers.
The easiest way to add this to a project is via the quartz.impl.mongodb NuGET package which will add the required assemblies to your project.
Here is an example web or app config file snippet:
<quartz> <add key="quartz.jobStore.type" value="Quartz.Impl.MongoDB.JobStore, Quartz.Impl.MongoDB"/> </quartz> <connectionStrings> <add name="quartznet-mongodb" connectionString="server=localhost;database=quartznet;"/> </connectionStrings>
You may want to use the in-code method to configure your scheduler as it is easier in a clustered environment. Remember this will still need to set a valid connection string in web or app config file :
// get a scheduler NameValueCollection properties = new NameValueCollection(); properties["quartz.scheduler.instanceName"] = "MyApplicationScheduler"; // needed if you plan to use the same database for many schedulers properties["quartz.scheduler.instanceId"] = System.Environment.MachineName + DateTime.UtcNow.Ticks; // requires uniqueness properties["quartz.jobStore.type"] = "Quartz.Impl.MongoDB.JobStore, Quartz.Impl.MongoDB"; IScheduler scheduler = new Quartz.Impl.StdSchedulerFactory(properties).GetScheduler();
Changes in version 1.2
- Updated NuGet dependencies to Quartz 2.0.1 and MongoCSharpDriver 1.5
Changes in version 1.1
- Respects trigger priority
- Serializes DateTimeOffset as MongoDB ISODate
- Fixes DailyCalendar time range exclusion
- Improves clustered concurrency and large trigger collection management