Release Notes: This release includes an improved For Each Job that supports a parallel run window and the ability to use Oddjob Designer on the nested configuration. Timer and Retry now allow the nextDue property to be set while the timer is running. A Grep Job has been added that can search files or any other input for text or a regular expression. Numerous bugfixes and small enhancements.
Release Notes: An improved Job Designer and Job Properties. New JMX support. Numerous bugfixes and small enhancements.
Release Notes: A new JSF AJAX Web frontend replaces the old Struts version. The ability to force a failed job to complete has been added.
Release Notes: Improved scheduling, more intuitive configuration, and many more examples. Oddjob Explorer now has the ability to open new windows, navigation is easier, and more accelerator keys have been added. A read only role for the JMX client has been introduced, and a JMX server can now use the Platform MBean. Many bugs have been fixed, extra tests have been added, and job documentation improved.
Release Notes: Adoption of the international date standard ISO 8601 for all configurations. An input handler for prompting for user input. An improved Reference Guide including many more examples.
Release Notes: This release includes simple archiving by taking a snapshot of a job's silhouette, support for distributing work across multiple servers by using a job that grabs for work, and much improved SQL support, including running stored procedures and parameterized queries.
Release Notes: This release includes server security with JMX Simple Security, network failure detection in the JMX client, a cleaner core Oddjob achieved with more Oddballs, and a Simple services framework for auto wiring beans.
Release Notes: This release includes a new module system for Oddjob called Oddballs, and an Oddball that lets Oddjob play with Spring.
Release Notes: Cleaner server-side Oddjob and improved user documentation for Sharing Oddjobs on the network.
Release Notes: Simpler and more intuitive scheduling provided by three components: Timer, Retry, and Trigger. These can be combined to meet most complicated scheduling requirements. New state jobs for extra control over execution flow.