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Url Task Scheduler For V7

An easy way to manage task that you want to run from your Umbraco website.

With this section you can take your task that need to be repeated at scheduled intervals or even on a particular day and time of the week and store and run them from your Umbraco admin area. Maybe you need to start a job from hitting a URL to collect your report data or every Wednesday and Friday at 3am call a URL to jump start a cache then this is the app for you.

The code will basically call a URL at the given time intervals. This is either an interval of minutes or on a given date and time.

Please make sure you read the package notes when you go to install they have a few notes in them that are important.

There are a few simple instructions on the Project website TechDevils so please have look there.

If you would like to help improve or spot a bug then please visit the GitHub link and let me know.

(I'll be working on an instruction manual which will be attached to the project soon)

 Inspired by the original TaskScheduler by

Richard Soeteman

  (https://our.umbraco.org/projects/developer-tools/taskscheduler/)

 

 

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Package owner

Andrew Ellis-chadwick

Andrew Ellis-chadwick

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Package Compatibility

This package is compatible with the following versions as reported by community members who have downloaded this package:
Untested or doesn't work on Umbraco Cloud
8.3.x (untested)
8.2.x (untested)
8.1.x (untested)
8.0.x (untested)
7.15.x (untested)
7.14.x (untested)
7.13.x (0%)
7.12.x (untested)
7.11.x (untested)
7.10.x (0%)
7.9.x (untested)
7.8.x (untested)
7.7.x (50%)
7.6.x (untested)
7.5.x (100%)
7.4.x (100%)
7.3.x (untested)
7.2.x (untested)
7.1.x (untested)
7.0.x (untested)
6.1.x (untested)
6.0.x (untested)

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Package Information

  • Package owner: Andrew Ellis-chadwick
  • Created: 04/10/2015
  • Current version 1.1.7
  • .net Version 4.5
  • License MIT
  • Downloads: 1911

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