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How to set up a Cronnix scheduled task

I am new to Cronnix.  I want to schedule the execution of a set of data table repair commands that are performed by a different application, Cocoa MySQL.  I need to learn how to set up the Cronnix scheduled tasks so that they run daily.

Thanks in advance to anyone who knows how this can be done.
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Dennis Burnham
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Eoin OSullivanConsultantCommented:
The Cronnix website has simple explanation of how to add a schedule
http://h775982.serverkompetenz.net:9080/abstracture_public/projects-en/cronnix/

The screenshot below shows the time dialog where you set how often hours, minutes, days etc you want the script or program to run.
http://h775982.serverkompetenz.net:9080/abstracture_public/projects-en/cronnix/screenshots/screenshot.jpg

If you are running OSX 10.5 then you are better using Lingon instead of CronniX
http://tuppis.com/lingon/

In either case you'll need to create a script of some type (perhaps Applescript or a shell script) to open Cocoa MySQL and run the commands you want.
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