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Last updated: Oct 12 2015

This topic introduces scheduled jobs in Episerver Commerce. Scheduled jobs run in the background at preset time intervals and typically do cleanup and updating tasks. A sample installation of Episerver Commerce has several predefined scheduled jobs, which are managed from the administration interface of Episerver CMS. The Episerver Scheduler manages the scheduled jobs. And, you can add your own.

Classes for scheduled jobs are available in the following namespaces:

Default scheduled jobs

A number of scheduled jobs are included by default in a sample installation of Episerver Commerce. These, together with the administration of scheduled jobs, are described in the Episerver Commerce User Guide.

Implementing scheduled jobs

See Scheduled jobs for information about implementing customized scheduled jobs in Episerver Commerce.

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