Questions tagged [scheduled-tasks]

A Scheduled Task is a task that is scheduled to execute at a certain time (as the name is self-explanatory).

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Scheduler built with observables v2 (follow-up)

It would probably be too easy if the old Scheduler worked as intended being that simple. But an eye-openig review showed that from time to time it'll miss one ...
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Scheduler built with observables

I sometimes have to schedule some tasks and wanted to have my own reusable scheduler. Since I like the Rx, I build it on top of it. Follow-up There is a newer version of the ...
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Parallel Task Queue that runs in sequence

I'm in need of a solution that runs constantly incoming requests in a per-resource sequence, but parallel in general. The use-case: Many clients connect to a server and start issuing work. The work ...
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Generic Java task-scheduler

I wrote this generic task scheduler for executing tasks in fixed-delay intervals. Can you find anything wrong with it, or issues that may arise from using it for sending something like queued mails in ...
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General Batched Job Runner

This question is inspired by: Generic Task Scheduler where the problem is to run tasks on a scheduled basis, in parallel, and have individual timeouts for each job. For example, consider this use-...
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Scheduling using System.IObservable 2.0

As a follow up to this first attempt to create and use my own IObservable<T> implementation, this is version 2.0. The goal has been to correct the code where ...
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Scheduler built with observables v3 (follow-up) - now testable

This is a 2nd follow-up to my previous one about a Scheduler built with observables. Although the last one was working correctly, it was only possible to see this ...
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Scheduling using System.IObservable

With great inspiration from t3chb0ts ongoing work about scheduling, cron jobs etc. (last post here), I decided to make my own version of the Scheduler - using the observer pattern - as a learning ...