This is a tiny Rails plugin to integrate with the Quartz scheduling library when running inside a J2EE application server.
It consists of a ServletContextListener which initializes the scheduler, and a QuartzJob able to run arbitrary Ruby code in the JRuby/Rails environment.
GIT repository is located at https://github.com/jkraemer/quartz_rails
Should also be possible to use with any non-Rails rack-based JRuby applications.
Installing the ContextListener
add the following to your
<listener> <listener-class>org.jruby.rack.QuartzContextListener</listener-class> </listener>
Declaring your jobs
define two context parameters per job in
<context-param> <param-name>testJobCommand</param-name> <!-- key made of yourJobName + 'Command' --> <param-value>TestJob.instance.run</param-value> <!-- the command to be evaluated at run time --> </context-param> <context-param> <param-name>testJobCronPattern</param-name> <!-- key made of yourJobName + 'CronPattern' --> <param-value>0 0 6 ? * 5</param-value> <!-- the cron pattern defining when to run the job. Here: Every thursday at 6am --> </context-param>
Building from source
To build the java source code, copy servlet-api.jar (not included here because I'm not sure of the licensing terms, but it is delivered with your app server) to dependencies/ and run jrake.
Created by: Jens Krämer, http://www.jkraemer.net/