Sitecore Precision Scheduling with SiteCron 3.1.0 released in powerful ways!

Akshay Sura - Partner

11 Jul 2019

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SiteCron 3.1.0 has been released. SiteCron is a scheduling module based on Quartz.NET Job Scheduler. SiteCron can be used to create precision schedule jobs in Sitecore.

SiteCron NuGet Link: https://www.nuget.org/packages/SiteCron

SiteCron GitHub Link: https://github.com/akshaysura/Sitecron

SiteCron Marketplace Link: https://marketplace.sitecore.net/Modules/S/Sitecron.aspx?sc_lang=en

SiteCron Blog Posts: https://www.akshaysura.com/?s=sitecron

What’s New?

  1. Fixed the Execution Reports bug: https://github.com/akshaysura/Sitecron/issues/14
  2. Added ItemId to the log for jobs loading status
  3. Added UTC and ServerTimeZone to the log message while loading items with ExecuteExactlyAtDateTime value
  4. Fixed an issue with execute now on items with ExecuteExactlyAtDateTime value
  5. Added checks in Saved and Saving event handlers to prevent recursion
  6. Re-enabled remote events for Saved and Deleted event handlers

My blog post on Quickest way to install Sitecore 9.1.1 on a Developer Workstation.

If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with me. (@akshaysura13 on Twitter or on Slack).

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Akshay Sura

Akshay is an eight-time Sitecore MVP who has spent more than a decade working exclusively on Sitecore projects.

In addition to his work as a solution architect, Akshay is also one of the founders of SUGCON North America 2015, SUGCON India 2018 & 2019, Unofficial Sitecore Training, and the Sitecore Slack.

Akshay founded and continues to run the Sitecore Hackathon. As one of the managing partners of Konabos Consulting, Akshay will continue to work with clients to lead projects and mentor their existing teams.


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