Note: 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.
The following Commerce scheduled jobs are available via the administration interface.
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.
Removes carts that are expired, that is, not accessed for a specified number of days. The default is 30. You can configure this value in the appSettings file's ExpiredCartJobDays property.
You can also control the name of cart to be excluded from removal via the appSetting episerver:ExpiredCartsRemovalJobExcludedCartName. The default value is "Wishlist".
Performs a full indexing of content in product catalogs.
Performs an incremental indexing of content in product catalogs.
Used for migration of previously published content versions, when upgrading to the version management introduced with Commerce 9. See Episerver World for technical details.
Analyzes the database to find entries and categories that have the same Name in URL under the same parent category. If conflicts are found, they are logged as warnings, output to the Scheduled Job Log, and sent to email addresses specified in the episerver:commerce.UriSegmentConflictsEmailRecipients AppSetting. For technical details, see URL segment and SEO URL.
Searches for releasable shipmentCommerce: a collection of products from a purchase order, ready to be shipped after going through inventory check and other verifications. in active orders. If the difference between current time and shipment creation time is greater than the configured time span, the order 's shipment status is changed to Released.
By default, this job is not active. If the job is active, order shipments are released one day after an order is placed by default. A developer can change the default value in the <RootSite>/Configs/ecf.order.config file by editing the shipmentAutoReleaseTimeout element.
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.
Exports your product feeda file made of all products a client sells. Each product contains an image link, title, identifier, URL, price, currencym and optional attributes. (catalog) to Episerver Perform. This job enables Episerver Perform to provide accurate and valuable recommendations.
To reduce fragmentation in the CMS and Commerce database indexes, this job rebuilds or reorganizes them. You can run the job manually any time that you notice a degradation in performance. Or, you can schedule it to run at regular intervals.
Note: It is recommended to run this job at times of low usage if possible.
Further, you can set the following parameters to launch the job automatically when specified fragmentation levels are met.
When the job is launched (manually or automatically), it rebuilds or reorganizes depending on the current fragmentation percentage.
|To change default|
|30%||Add a setting to the web.config's appSettings section using the key
||10%||Add a setting to the web.config's appSettings section using the key
|DataBaseIndicesJobCommandTimeOut||The maximum number of seconds for which you want the job to run. If the job does not finish within that time, an exception is generated.||30 seconds||
Add a setting to the web.config’s appSettings section using the key
This job collects product data and saves it to a .csv file for transfer to Campaign system. For more details about this process, see Commerce-Campaign integration.
Note: This job is only available after installing the Service API.
This job removes temporary uploaded files and directories that are older than a number of configured days.
The configuration setting is web.config file > appSettings > episerver:serviceapi:uploadRetentionPeriod. If there is no configuration value, the default is 30 days.
Background: Developers can use the Service API to import large files, such as Commerce catalogs. The Service API provides a method for deleting uploaded files that are no longer needed. Use this scheduled job to clean up obsolete files in case a developer overlooks the Delete chunk uploaded method.
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