Test Applications

Test Applications

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Stable 1.7.6

Maturity:
Stable
Released on:
Wednesday, 10 June 2015 11:00
Description
Compatible With QuartzDesk 1.7.x

Test applications with Quartz schedulers v1.8.6 and v2.2.1 and using various Java logging frameworks (JUL, Log4j, Log4j2, Logback). These test applications can be deployed to any Java application server /  servlet container configured with the following JVM system property: 

-Dquartzdesk-test.logs.dir=LOGS_DIR

Where LOGS_DIR is a directory where QuartzDesk test applications should store their logs.

In order to be able to connect to test applications from QuartzDesk GUI, you must enable remote JMX access to the JVM the test applications are running on. For details please refer to the How to Enable Remote JMX Access to Quartz Schedulers document. Please skip chapter 4 (Exporting Quartz Scheduler MBean) because this step has already been completed in all of our test applications.

If you are using QuartzDesk Standard or Enterprise edition and want to make use of advanced Quartz scheduler management and monitoring features, you will also need to install the QuartzDesk JVM Agent on the JVM the test applications are running on. Please refer to the applicable QuartzDesk JVM Agent Installation and Upgrade Guide for details.

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Stable 1.6.0

Maturity:
Stable
Released on:
Friday, 22 August 2014 22:00
Description
Compatible With QuartzDesk 1.6.x

Test applications with Quartz schedulers v1.8.6 and v2.2.1 and using various Java logging frameworks (JUL, Log4j, Log4j2, Logback). These test applications can be deployed to any Java application server /  servlet container configured with the following JVM system property: 

-Dquartzdesk-test.logs.dir=LOGS_DIR

Where LOGS_DIR is a directory where QuartzDesk test applications should store their logs.

In order to be able to connect to test applications from QuartzDesk GUI, you must enable remote JMX access to the JVM the test applications are running on. For details please refer to the How to Enable Remote JMX Access to Quartz Schedulers document. Please skip chapter 4 (Exporting Quartz Scheduler MBean) because this step has already been completed in all of our test applications.

If you are using QuartzDesk Standard or Enterprise edition and want to make use of advanced Quartz scheduler management and monitoring features, you will also need to install the QuartzDesk JVM Agent on the JVM the test applications are running on. Please refer to the applicable QuartzDesk JVM Agent Installation and Upgrade Guide for details.

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Stable 1.5.0

Maturity:
Stable
Released on:
Tuesday, 25 March 2014 13:31
Description
Compatible With QuartzDesk 1.5.x

Test applications with Quartz schedulers v1.8.6 and v2.2.1 and using various Java logging frameworks (JUL, Log4j, Log4j2, Logback). These test applications can be deployed to any Java application server /  servlet container configured with the following JVM system property: 

-Dquartzdesk-test.logs.dir=LOGS_DIR

Where LOGS_DIR is a directory where QuartzDesk test applications should store their logs.

In order to be able to connect to test applications from QuartzDesk GUI, you must enable remote JMX access to the JVM the test applications are running on. For details please refer to the How to Enable Remote JMX Access to Quartz Schedulers document. Please skip chapter 4 (Exporting Quartz Scheduler MBean) because this step has already been completed in all of our test applications.

If you are using QuartzDesk Standard or Enterprise edition and want to make use of advanced Quartz scheduler management and monitoring features, you will also need to install the QuartzDesk JVM Agent on the JVM the test applications are running on. Please refer to the applicable QuartzDesk JVM Agent Installation and Upgrade Guide for details.

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Stable 1.4.0

Maturity:
Stable
Released on:
Sunday, 29 December 2013 03:00
Description
Compatible With QuartzDesk 1.4.x

Test applications with Quartz schedulers v1.8.6 and v2.2.1 and using various Java logging frameworks (JUL, Log4j, Log4j2, Logback). These test applications can be deployed to any Java application server /  servlet container configured with the following JVM system property: 

-Dquartzdesk-test.logs.dir=LOGS_DIR

Where LOGS_DIR is a directory where QuartzDesk test applications should store their logs.

In order to be able to connect to test applications from QuartzDesk GUI, you must enable remote JMX access to the JVM the test applications are running on. For details please refer to the How to Enable Remote JMX Access to Quartz Schedulers document. Please skip chapter 4 (Exporting Quartz Scheduler MBean) because this step has already been completed in all of our test applications.

If you are using QuartzDesk Standard or Enterprise edition and want to make use of advanced Quartz scheduler management and monitoring features, you will also need to install the QuartzDesk JVM Agent on the JVM the test applications are running on. Please refer to the applicable QuartzDesk JVM Agent Installation and Upgrade Guide for details.

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Stable 1.3.0

Maturity:
Stable
Released on:
Saturday, 02 November 2013 00:58
Description
Compatible With QuartzDesk 1.3.x

Test applications with Quartz schedulers v1.8.6 and v2.2.1 and using various Java logging frameworks (JUL, Log4j, Log4j2, Logback). These test applications can be deployed to any Java application server /  servlet container configured with the following JVM system property: 

-Dquartzdesk-test.logs.dir=LOGS_DIR

Where LOGS_DIR is a directory where QuartzDesk test applications should store their logs.

In order to be able to connect to test applications from QuartzDesk GUI, you must enable remote JMX access to the JVM the test applications are running on. For details please refer to the How to Enable Remote JMX Access to Quartz Schedulers document. Please skip chapter 4 (Exporting Quartz Scheduler MBean) because this step has already been completed in all of our test applications.

If you are using QuartzDesk Standard or Enterprise edition and want to make use of advanced Quartz scheduler management and monitoring features, you will also need to install the QuartzDesk JVM Agent on the JVM the test applications are running on. Please refer to the applicable QuartzDesk JVM Agent Installation and Upgrade Guide for details.

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Stable 1.2.0

Maturity:
Stable
Released on:
Friday, 04 October 2013 15:00
Description
Compatible With QuartzDesk 1.2.x

Test applications with Quartz schedulers v1.8.6 and v2.1.6 and using various Java logging frameworks (JUL, Log4j, Log4j2, Logback). These test applications can be deployed to any Java application server /  servlet container configured with the following JVM system property: 

-Dquartzdesk-test.logs.dir=LOGS_DIR

Where LOGS_DIR is a directory where QuartzDesk test applications should store their logs.

In order to be able to connect to test applications from QuartzDesk GUI, you must enable remote JMX access to the JVM the test applications are running on. For details please refer to the How to Enable Remote JMX Access to Quartz Schedulers document. Please skip chapter 4 (Exporting Quartz Scheduler MBean) because this step has already been completed in all of our test applications.

If you are using QuartzDesk Standard or Enterprise edition and want to make use of advanced Quartz scheduler management and monitoring features, you will also need to install the QuartzDesk JVM Agent on the JVM the test applications are running on. Please refer to the applicable QuartzDesk JVM Agent Installation and Upgrade Guide for details.

Release notes

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