On the left hand side is the Quartz Tree which lists all the running Quartz schedulers in the JVM.
And on the main view area there is sub tabs to see details about the selected scheduler.
Clicking on a Quartz scheduler in the tree, selects it, and allows you to see more details about that particular scheduler.
This sub tab displays information about the scheduler, such as its name, version and state.
There is control buttons to suspend and resume the scheduler. When the scheduler is suspended (standby) then any triggers will not be fired.
The triggers sub tabs shows all the triggers for the selected scheduler in a table.
Quartz has two kind of triggers: * basic * cron
The basic trigger is a trigger that can fire using a constant time interval, such as every 20 seconds. The cron trigger is an advanced trigger that use cron expressions to define when the trigger should fire.
There is control buttons to suspend and resume trigger(s), and as well to edit the trigger as shown below:
This sub tab shows all the jobs for the selected scheduler in a table.
Clicking on the info button () will display additional job information as shown below: