Manually starting a Scheduled Task should not update the next run date

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When starting a Scheduled Task manually, the next run date is automatically set to (now + specified interval). 

Let's say there's a heavy job that syncs a whole bunch of data, which is set to run during the night. The job has gone FUBAR for some reason, so the admin runs the job manually during daytime to get the data up on the site. The next run date is now daytime the next day, which the admin may not notice.

Manually starting a Scheduled Task should not update the next run date.

#140391
Oct 19, 2015 10:04
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Hi Arild

I took the liberty to report this as a bug

/Jonas

#140402
Oct 19, 2015 13:05
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Thanks Jonas. I figured this was by design, which is why I filed it as a request instead of a bug.

#140403
Oct 19, 2015 13:08
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I understand. Talked it over with the team, and noone had a good argument for why it is that way. 

#140410
Oct 19, 2015 13:57
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This have now been fixed so that next execution date is always calculated based on the previous execution date (rather than when it was manually started). Should show up in a release the coming weeks.

#171969
Nov 22, 2016 15:44
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Excellent, thanks Per!

#171971
Nov 22, 2016 15:47
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For the record, the fix was introduced in Episerver.CMS.Core 10.3.0.

#173701
Edited, Jan 05, 2017 13:42
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