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I am newbie to Mac OS X 10.8.

I need something like Windows Scheduler to schedule a command line program that takes parameters to run.

Can you explore the steps to schedule a task & run it at a scheduled interval.

I tried iCal to scheduled, but how to pass parameters to run. My program require at least two parameters to run on command prompt - java -jar myApplication.jar -arg1 -arg2 -arg3

If I schedule through iCal then how to pass those parameters.

Or can anyone suggest anything else that meet my requirement of scheduling?

Thank you in advance for help

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Consider using Cronnix to schedule tasks. It is a GUI frontend to the common UNIX cron scheduler.

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Cronnix or cron should be able to do what you need. Maybe there's something wrong with BucketCommander or your java installation. I'd start there. –  Alex Reynolds Apr 7 '11 at 6:12

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