eXo Platform 4.1 Documentation > Reference Guide / eXo Foundations > eXo Kernel > Job Scheduler service

1.10.1. How does Job Scheduler work?

1.10.1.1. How can Job Scheduler service be used in Kernel?
1.10.1.2. Samples

Jobs are scheduled to run when a given Trigger occurs. Triggers can be created with nearly any combination of the following directives:

Jobs are named by their creator and can also be organized into named groups. Triggers may also be named and placed into groups, in order to easily organize them within the Scheduler. Jobs can be added to the Scheduler once, but registered with multiple Triggers. Within a J2EE environment, Jobs can perform their work as part of a distributed (XA) transaction.

(Source: quartz-scheduler.org)

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