The answer is: create the request cycle yourself
On May 21, 2014 11:01 AM, "Sandor Feher" <sfe...@bluesystem.hu> wrote:

> That's nice and this is exactly what I do.
> But I start my job from  init method of my Application class and there is
> no
> RequestCycle there at initialization time. I suppose that because there is
> no request has been sent to Application yet. (Nobody uses the application
> because it just started).
> I think this is why the mentioned examples do not work for me.
> The question is where to start my quartz job to get RequestCycle ?
>
> thnx., Sandor
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