Showing posts from September, 2009

Quartz.NET is now CLSCompliant!

Quartz.NET trunk was updated with Common.Logging 2.0 which was made CLSCompliant and now it was also possible to make Quartz.NET obey the requirements of Common Language System compliance with a few tweaks to the source code. At the same time I also dropped support for VS2003 and VS2005 solutions. Using VS2008 for now allows targeting .NET 2.0 and source code finally gets the sweet language features of C# 3… Maybe next little issue to dabble with could be to make Quartz.NET run under medium trust …

Getting Started With Quartz.NET – Part 2

In the previous post we did a short evaluation whether Quartz.NET would be a viable choice for a project. In this post we’ll go through the steps to get Quartz.NET up and running. Getting the distribution You will find the latest download information on Quartz.NET’s download page . Just follow the links and choose the latest binary distribution. In your case that is Quartz.NET 1.0.1. After you have have download the zip file you should extract it to some location so we can explore the distribution a bit further. What’s inside the package Quartz.NET is distributed ready to run and source included the package does not contain documentation at the moment as the latest API documentation and the tutorial are available on the project’s website. The bin folder This folder contains the actual binaries that you will need to use Quartz.NET in your application. There are separate subfolders for 1.1, 2.0 and 3.5 respectively. The database folder This folder contains the create scri