Release Notes: A new Java Bean based configuration framework was added, which supports drag and drop, job by job, between client and server.
Release Notes: The Web front end was improved. Persistance was improved, including database persistance. A new Simple SQL query job was added. Support for java.lang.Runnable jobs was extended. File/directory jobs were improved. The Developer Guide was improved. Lots more examples were added.
Release Notes: Right-click scheduling and un-scheduling of any job on any server on any scheduler on any server. Monitor a process's console output on any server. Job scripting using Groovy or other languages. Cut and Paste support has been added to Oddjob Designer. A new User Guide.
Release Notes: Quartz is now used for scheduling. A schedule can now be triggered based on the completion state of another job, and job properties can now be set directly from Oddjob Explorer. System properties, environment variables, and property files can now be used. Documentation and the reference guide in particular were improved.
Release Notes: Virtually full job coverage is now provided in Oddjob Designer, which now supports switching between an XML and a Component view for individual components. Oddjob Designer can now be launched directly from Oddjob Explorer. Developer documentation was improved.
Release Notes: The ability to view a job's log messages across the network. The ability to view a job's properties across the network. Oddjob Explorer is more user friendly with an improved state view, accelerator keys, and a recent file list.
Release Notes: JMX monitoring. Improvements to Oddjob Designer, especially the schedule definition. A rough Quick Start Guide. A depends job which allows a job to depend on another job. A property may now declared inline in the XML definition as well as being a reference to a property defined elsewhere.
Release Notes: This release introduces Oddjob Designer, a GUI configuration tool for Oddjob. Job coverage is limited, but Oddjob Designer will automatically switch to XML editing if it doesn't know how to present a form to configure a job.
Release Notes: The program can now be launched by double-clicking the jar file. New File I/O jobs were added, including copy and delete. A classloader element was added, making the program even easier to extend.
Release Notes: A "set" job which allows properties to be dynamically set was added. An "each" job which will loop round a set of values was added. A reference guide detailing each job was added. New doumentation was written, entitled, "Developing with Oddjob". Improvements were made to the underlying framework to make it easier to extend: a job now just needs to implement java.lang.Runnable.