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How to schedule task daily + onStart() in Play 2.0.4?

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I need to execute a piece of code 1 time everyday in playframework2.0.4 when I try to do with the class extends GlobalSettings it works. But it works for every instance requesting. I want it works when server starts and does its duty everyday 1 time.

package controllers;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit;
import akka.util.Duration;
import play.Application;
import play.GlobalSettings;
import play.libs.Akka;

public class ParserJobApp extends GlobalSettings{
@Override
public void onStart(Application app) {
    Akka.system().scheduler().schedule(Duration.create(0, TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS),Duration.create(6, TimeUnit.SECONDS), new Runnable() {
        @Override
        public void run() {
            System.out.println("AAA ---    "+System.currentTimeMillis());
        }
    });
}
}

And this is my controller where start the class above

public class Application extends Controller {

public static Result index() {
  ParserJobApp pr=new ParserJobApp();
  pr.onStart(null);
  System.out.println("sfsdfsdf");
return ok(index.render("Your new "));

}
}

java playframework-2.0 akka scheduler
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edited Feb 5 '13 at 12:50
biesior
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asked Feb 5 '13 at 11:19
gabby
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This version of schedule() seems to have been removed in 2.1, how do you this in play 2.1? – nylund Mar 25 '13 at 18:34

    
    
Nevermind, I just found it. It now takes 4 arguments and the last being the execution contexts, Akka.system().dispatcher(). – nylund Mar 25 '13 at 18:35
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Scheduler tasks should be placed only in Global class. Create two tasks, schedule only once first with initialDelay = 0 milliseconds.

For second task, you need to calculate seconds between current DateTime and next planned occurence (ie. tommorow at 8:00 o'clock) using common date/time classes, then set this difference as initialDelay and also set frequency to 24 hours.

In result it will start at the application start, and will schedule task for execution each day at required hour.

Edit

There's complete sample, (save/edit the class: /app/Global.java):

import akka.util.Duration;
import org.joda.time.DateTime;
import org.joda.time.Seconds;
import play.Application;
import play.GlobalSettings;
import play.Logger;
import play.libs.Akka;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit;

public class Global extends GlobalSettings {

    @Override
    public void onStart(Application application) {


        Akka.system().scheduler().scheduleOnce(
                Duration.create(0, TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS),
                new Runnable() {
                    @Override
                    public void run() {
                        Logger.info("ON START ---    " + System.currentTimeMillis());
                    }
                }
        );

        Akka.system().scheduler().schedule(
                Duration.create(nextExecutionInSeconds(8, 0), TimeUnit.SECONDS),
                Duration.create(24, TimeUnit.HOURS),
                new Runnable() {
                    @Override
                    public void run() {
                        Logger.info("EVERY DAY AT 8:00 ---    " + System.currentTimeMillis());
                    }
                }
        );
    }

    public static int nextExecutionInSeconds(int hour, int minute){
        return Seconds.secondsBetween(
                new DateTime(),
                nextExecution(hour, minute)
        ).getSeconds();
    }

    public static DateTime nextExecution(int hour, int minute){
        DateTime next = new DateTime()
                .withHourOfDay(hour)
                .withMinuteOfHour(minute)
                .withSecondOfMinute(0)
                .withMillisOfSecond(0);

        return (next.isBeforeNow())
                ? next.plusHours(24)
                : next;
    }
}

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answered Feb 5 '13 at 11:44
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every time I call localhost:9000 the task works again. So it means it is going to work when every user make a request. Is it not possible to start task one at the time app starts? I created the instance of Global class in controller class in index() method as Global gl=new Global(); gl.onStart(null); – gabby Feb 5 '13 at 13:51
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I gave you whole Global class, just save it as /app/Global.java and DON'T create ANY instances in your action(s) – biesior Feb 5 '13 at 14:05

    
    
Thank you. It works – gabby Feb 5 '13 at 14:15
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I realized that as well after answering : doc.akka.io/docs/akka/2.0/java/scheduler.html there's a comment: 'it MUST execute all outstanding tasks upon .close() in order to properly shutdown all dispatchers.', and probably that causes the last execution. If you won't find any solution it's good topic for new question (I'm interested with this to, but have no time now) – biesior Feb 5 '13 at 14:39
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Ok, so, this is how I did: Cancellable scheduler = Akka.system().scheduler().schedule(....); and create: @Override public void onStop(Application application) { scheduler.cancel(); } – Tyrael Aug 7 '14 at 12:56
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Here is my solution which is lighter and supports cron expressions for scheduling. In this example, the scheduler will run everyday at 10:00 AM.

Following in your Global class:

private Cancellable scheduler;

@Override
public void onStart(Application application) {
    super.onStart(application);
    schedule();
}

@Override
public void onStop(Application application) {
    //Stop the scheduler
    if (scheduler != null) {
        scheduler.cancel();
    }
}

private void schedule() {
    try {
        CronExpression e = new CronExpression("0 00 10 ? * *");
        Date nextValidTimeAfter = e.getNextValidTimeAfter(new Date());
        FiniteDuration d = Duration.create(
            nextValidTimeAfter.getTime() - System.currentTimeMillis(),
            TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS);

        Logger.debug("Scheduling to run at "+nextValidTimeAfter);

        scheduler = Akka.system().scheduler().scheduleOnce(d, new Runnable() {

        @Override
        public void run() {
            Logger.debug("Ruuning scheduler");
            //Do your tasks here

            schedule(); //Schedule for next time

        }
        }, Akka.system().dispatcher());
    } catch (Exception e) {
        Logger.error("", e);
    }
}


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