TimerHandling
Version 1.0.1
Published on 16 May by 
Created on 16 May
Details
Actions and webblock for changing a Timer outside ServiceCenter.
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This module provides the following actions:

  • ActivateTimer
  • DeactivateTimer
  • IsRunning
  • WakeTimer
  • CalcNextRun
  • ParseScedule

And a Webblock to change a Scedule of a TImer


What’s new (1.0.1)

A demo will be provided soon....

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Dependencies
TimerHandling has no dependencies.
Requirements
Platform
10.0.0.402
Database
SQL Server
Stack
All
Component Consumers
TimerHandling has no consumers.
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