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Set dynamic time for cron.php to run

Posted on 2004-08-16
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Dear Friends,

Hi! What i want is admin can set time via admin panel and at that time cron file should run. e.g. Admin can set 12:05 AM, 16:45 PM, 6:55 AM etc. So at that particular time cron.php should run.

I hope you understood.

Regards,

Alok
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I don't have permission to give you the files, but there is a PHP class that does what you want.  Sign up for an account and check it out at this site...

a Crontab class for PHP
http://phpclasses.spunge.org/browse/package/1189.html

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