Commerce > Administration > Scheduled jobs

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This topic is intended for administrators and developers with administration access rights in Episerver.

A scheduled job performs a specific task automatically when set to a date and time. An administrator can manually execute a scheduled job at any time. See Scheduled jobs for information about scheduled jobs in the Episerver platform.

The following Commerce-specific scheduled jobs are provided with the administration interface.

Subscription payment plans

Ensures that recurring paymentCommerce: Payments initiated by Commerce Manager on a regular cycle, used in a subscription-based scenario.s are regularly generated as a background process. Used for payment plans, such as magazine or grocery subscriptions, generating recurring payments.

Remove expired carts

Abandoned carts are not converted into an order, but are stored in the system until they expire. This job removes expired carts when executed.

Full search index

Performs a full indexing of content in product catalogs.

Draft store migration

Used for migration of previously published content versions, when upgrading to the version management introduced with Commerce 9, see Episerver World for technical details.

Shipment releasing

Searches for releasable shipmentCommerce: a collection of products from a purchase order, ready to be shipped after going through inventory check and other verifications.s in active orders. If the difference between current time and shipment creation time is greater than the configured time span, the shipment status for the order is changed to Released.

Rotate encryption keys

Sensitive customer data is secured with encryption keys that are set in meta fields. This job rotates the encryption keys used by the system. See Episerver World for technical details.

Incremental search index

Performs an incremental search indexing.

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