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I have a program that executes several tasks at a specific time everyday. I have refactored the application to run as a Quartz job using the Quartz windows service. When i start the Quartz Server service in Windows services i get error :
Error 1053 :The service did not respond in a timely fashion

and when i inspect the Quartz logs at C:\Program Files (x86)\Quartz.Net\Trace\application.log i get :
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15:13:54 [ServerScheduler_QuartzSchedulerThread] DEBUG Quartz.Core.QuartzSchedulerThread - Batch
   acquisition of 1 triggers
   15:13:54 [ServerScheduler_Worker-6] DEBUG Quartz.Core.JobRunShell - Calling Execute on job
   sampleGroup.sampleJob
   15:13:54 [ServerScheduler_Worker-6] INFO  Quartz.Server.SampleJob - SampleJob running...
  15:13:59 [ServerScheduler_Worker-6] INFO  Quartz.Server.SampleJob - SampleJob run finished.
   15:13:59 [ServerScheduler_Worker-6] DEBUG Quartz.Core.JobRunShell - Trigger instruction :
   NoInstruction
   15:14:04 [ServerScheduler_QuartzSchedulerThread] DEBUG Quartz.Simpl.SimpleJobFactory - Producing
   instance of Job 'sampleGroup.sampleJob', class=Quartz.Server.SampleJob
   15:14:04 [ServerScheduler_QuartzSchedulerThread] DEBUG Quartz.Core.QuartzSchedulerThread - Batch
   acquisition of 1 triggers
   15:14:04 [ServerScheduler_Worker-7] DEBUG Quartz.Core.JobRunShell - Calling Execute on job
   sampleGroup.sampleJob
   15:14:04 [ServerScheduler_Worker-7] INFO  Quartz.Server.SampleJob - SampleJob running...
   15:14:09 [ServerScheduler_Worker-7] INFO  Quartz.Server.SampleJob - SampleJob run finished.
   15:14:09 [ServerScheduler_Worker-7] DEBUG Quartz.Core.JobRunShell - Trigger instruction :
   NoInstruction


I have followed the guide from this article here Running Quartz jobs sequentially
For now it appears the Quartz Server is still referring to the built-in job that comes with the installation and its also not recognizing any of the edits i have done.

What i have done

1. Built my Class Library project in release mode and copied the resultant dll to C:\Program Files (x86)\Quartz.Net as in the guide here https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1017396/Running-jobs-sequentially-using-Quartz-Net-with-th

2. Updated quartz_jobs.xml by adding entries for my program :
XML
   <job>
<name>JobOne</name>
<group>JobOneGroup</group>
<description>Sample job for Quartz Server</description>
<job-type>CheckListDemo.JobOne, CheckListDemo</job-type>
<durable>true</durable>
<recover>false</recover>
  <job-data-map>
<entry>
  <key>NextJobName</key>
  <value>JobTwo</value>
</entry>
    <trigger>
      <simple>
<name>jobOneTrigger</name>
<group>jobOneTriggerGroup</group>
<description>Simple trigger to simply fire sample job</description>
<job-name>JobOne</job-name>
<job-group>JobOneGroup</job-group>
<misfire-instruction>SmartPolicy</misfire-instruction>
<repeat-count>-1</repeat-count>
<repeat-interval>10000</repeat-interval>


3. Added empty constructor for job initialization in all my Job implementation classes
4. Created a plugin and added its reference in quartz.xml as :
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# job initialization plugin handles adding a listener for our jobs
 quartz.plugin.PluginExample.type = CheckListDemo.PluginExample, CheckListDemo

5. Added a plugin class (PluginExample.cs)
6. I have added the job implementation classes .The classes simply write some text to a named folder :
C#
  class JobTwo :IJob
     {
         public JobTwo()
         {

         }

public void Execute(IJobExecutionContext context)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Job two started");
    string realPath = @"C:\Users\user\Documents\FILES";
    string appLog = "JobTWO";

    var logPath = realPath + Convert.ToString(appLog) + DateTime.Today.ToString("dd -MM-yy") + ".   txt";
    if (!File.Exists(logPath))
    {
        File.Create(logPath).Dispose();
    }

    List<string> keys = new List<string>() { "TYPE", "SIGNATURE", "COMPANY", "CLIENT NAME" };

    foreach (string key in keys)
    {
        using (StreamWriter sw = File.AppendText(logPath))
        {
            sw.WriteLine(key);
            sw.Flush();
            sw.Close();
        }

    }

    System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(10000);
    Console.WriteLine("Job TWO finished");
}


7. Added a job listener with the requisite entries for my jobs and trigger I have verified in a separate console program that the code can indeed write to the locations im am specifying which leaves the Quartz Server itself as the issue.

What am i missing?

Is there any additional configuration required so that the server picks up my dll and the specified jobs.

What I have tried:

I have tried running the Quartz Service normally without my dll and it runs perfectly.

But as soon as i add my dll and the amendements to quartz installation files i get issues.
Posted
Updated 19-Jul-20 7:38am
Comments
F-ES Sitecore 20-Jul-20 12:53pm    
Have you added anything to the "Start" event of the service?

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