Quartz Scheduler - Is it possible to configure non-global listeners declaratively?

Posted on 2010-09-09
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
Is it possible to configure (registering with scheduler) non-global job listeners declaratively in properties file (rather than programmatically) similar to configuring global listeners in Quartz Scheduler?

Check here for:
   1. Programmatically adding a global job listener
   2. Programmatically adding a non-global job listener

Example for configuring a Global JobListener declaratively:
org.quartz.jobListener.NAME.class =
org.quartz.jobListener.NAME.propName = propValue
org.quartz.jobListener.NAME.prop2Name = prop2Value

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Question by:Zoniac
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Expert Comment

ID: 33635725
You may want to consider this:

... for 2.0 (in the current code trunk) the features are completely removed. All listeners will be registered with the scheduler, and they themselves can filter out (ignore) messages relating to jobs/triggers they don't care about. See existing "FilterAndBroadcastJobListener" and


Author Comment

ID: 33659628
Hi gremwell,

Thanks for sharing that link, which is very well informed in advance.

I'm currently using Quartz Scheduler v1.8.3, any idea on whether non-global listeners can be configured declaratively atleast in this current version?

Expert Comment

ID: 33660307
Sorry, can't help you with that.

Accepted Solution

Zoniac earned 0 total points
ID: 33751191
I've found the solution for my question after posting the same question in Quartz Scheduler forum.

Answer is: No.


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