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How to specify Start Date & End Date to DailyTrigger???(Urgent)

Posted on 2004-08-26
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Hi all,
I am trying 2 set start & end date 2 daily trigger,i am using where i can specify hours,minutes & interval for Windows Schedular

CS_Task.Triggers.Add(New DailyTrigger(sHours, sMinutes))
 
 plz tell me how 2 specify start & end Date.
Also how 2 delete all tasks from Windows Schedular
       Waiting For response..


Regards,
Pinky
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see http://www.mvps.org/emorcillo/dotnet/shell/index.shtml for a wrapper arounnd the scheduler
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