Quartz.NET is a full-featured, open source job scheduling system written in C# for .NET platform that can be used from smallest apps to large scale enterprise systems.

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  • This is most advanced piece of open software I've ever used

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  • great stuff, almost was at the point were decided to write my own framework. thanks quartz

  • Nice and Easy to use.

  • Didn't find any other way to give feedback, but this. There seem to be (at least) one bug, which prevents me to use IntervalUnit.Hour with DailyTimeIntervalTrigger. quartznet / src / Quartz / Impl / Triggers / DailyTimeIntervalTriggerImpl.cs:820 is the problem, with this "if (repeatIntervalUnit != IntervalUnit.Second && repeatIntervalUnit != IntervalUnit.Minute && repeatIntervalUnit == IntervalUnit.Hour)". IF repeatIntervalUnit EQUALS IntervalUnit.Hour, then it throws an exception. Of course I can use minutes or seconds to do same as I would like to do with "Hour", but it took a bit time to figure out that my code wasn't the real problem. And the other thing: This is incredible excellent and scalable library for it's designed purpose!

  • Since this seems to be the only available feedback option, please upgrade C5 libs to version 2.0.

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2006-08-05