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Can I activate a java program wriiten Websphere that may be executed from Windows pro xp

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The Java code I  write is run from an application server...WebSphere 5.0. An applications is activated from a user's browser which will send emails to certain people.
The issue at stake is activate a java program as scheduled job or process. Does that fall in line with the concept of running some java classes from windows?  How does that work.  Note that compilation of programs will be thru Websphere. This issue needs to be addressed before I can continue down this path.  I may have a program with a timer class that will execute other programs that ultimately will send a bunh of emails off to up 4500 emails. Still, the Java programs  will have been developed the programs thru the Websphere IDE.
If I may ask, how can one schedule Java programs developed in a web server?
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You should post a link to this is in the Java programming forum:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Java/
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where in the java forum.  
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Exactly the place where I have told you. Goto that link and click on the "Ask a Question link" and post a question in the same way that you have done here. Give them a link to this question:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Q_21082561.html
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