cron expression for 3pm each day

 Hello - 

Trying to run a cron job at 3PM each day - is the syntax supposed to read 

0 0 3 ? * *


Thank you,

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this would make run the CRON everyday at 3 AM, not PM. Formats are listed here:

So it should be 0 0 15 ? * *


(Don't worry its for filter results, CRON format inside JIRA is same for all things)

Would this make the job run everyday at 3PM as well?

0 0 15 * * ?

No.  It means just 15:00.

Yes, it is valid format too. As ? is expressed as no particular value value (usefull for day of motnh or day of week positions) and * is expressed as any particular value.


0 0 15 ? * * means on every day of week in every month at 15:00

0 0 15 * * ? means on every day of month in every month at 15:00


There are lots of way to do this thing in CRON format - you can try it here:


Other formats, which should work too:

0 0 15 1/1 * ? *

0 0 15 ? * MON-FRI


Take a look on the examples at page I posted, it should help you understand the CRON format.

@Scott McDonaldAny updates? Is it working for you?

If the answer solved it for you, please, accept it as answer, so other people with same question will see it as accepted answer.

Thanks and have a nice day.



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