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Chapter 11. Viewing and managing Quartz Schedules

Quartz (http://www.quartz-scheduler.org/) is a richly featured, open source job scheduling library that you can integrate within most Java applications. You can use Quartz to create simple or complex schedules for executing jobs. A job is defined as a standard Java component that can execute virtually anything that you program it to do.

The Fuse Console shows the Quartz tab if your Camel route deploys the camel-quartz2 component. Note that you can alternately access Quartz mbeans through the JMX tree view.

Procedure

  1. In the Fuse Console, click the Quartz tab.

    The Quartz page includes a treeview of the Quartz Schedulers and Scheduler, Triggers, and Jobs tabs.

  2. To pause or start a scheduler, click the buttons on the Scheduler tab.
  3. Click the Triggers tab to view the triggers that determine when jobs will run. For example, a trigger can specify to start a job at a certain time of day (to the millisecond), on specified days, or repeated a specified number of times or at specific times.

    • To filter the list of triggers select State, Group, Name, or Type from the drop-down list. You can then further filter the list by selecting or typing in the fill-on field.
    • To pause, resume, update, or manually fire a trigger, click the options in the Action column.
  4. Click the Jobs tab to view the list of running jobs. You can sort the list by the columns in the table: Group, Name, Durable, Recover, Job ClassName, and Description.