Andrew Connell

REMINDER: November 2008 Meeting: Creating and Debugging Custom Timer Jobs in Windows SharePoint Services

The Jacksonville Office Geeks is a user group / special interest group that covers developer topics surrounding the 2007 Microsoft Office System, based in Jacksonville, FL. November 2008 Meeting: Creating & Debugging Custom Timer Jobs in Windows SharePoint ServicesSharePoint introduced the concept of timer jobs, or scheduled services, that run within the SharePoint platform in WSS v3. These timer jobs are used by SharePoint for numerous things such as cleaning up old sites (aka: dead Web cleanup), sending user created alerts and disk quota warning notifications. Developers can also create their own timer jobs that run on a configurable schedule and within the specified scope. Come learn how you can create custom timer jobs as well as the various deployment/installation options. You'll also see how to create a compelling administration interface for managing the timer job and configuration data the job needs in order to function. Here's the important stuff: Date: Thursday, November 20, 2008; 6p-8p Location: Bank of America, Building 500, 9000 Southside Blvd; 2nd Floor; Sea Oats room Meeting Location: http://floridaofficegeeks.org/JOG/Pages/Meeting%20Logistics.aspx RSVP Required: http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=130641 Hope to see you at the next two meetings! Technorati Tags: moss,wss,sharepoint,jacksonville office geeks...

Jacksonville Office Geeks

The Jacksonville Office Geeks is a user group / special interest group that covers developer topics surrounding the 2007 Microsoft Office System, based in Jacksonville, FL.

November 2008 Meeting: Creating & Debugging Custom Timer Jobs in Windows SharePoint ServicesSharePoint introduced the concept of timer jobs, or scheduled services, that run within the SharePoint platform in WSS v3. These timer jobs are used by SharePoint for numerous things such as cleaning up old sites (aka: dead Web cleanup), sending user created alerts and disk quota warning notifications. Developers can also create their own timer jobs that run on a configurable schedule and within the specified scope. Come learn how you can create custom timer jobs as well as the various deployment/installation options. You’ll also see how to create a compelling administration interface for managing the timer job and configuration data the job needs in order to function.

Here’s the important stuff:

Hope to see you at the next two meetings!

Andrew Connell
Developer & Chief Course Artisan, Voitanos LLC. | Microsoft MVP
Written by Andrew Connell

Andrew Connell is a web developer with a focus on Microsoft Azure & Microsoft 365. He’s received Microsoft’s MVP award every year since 2005 and has helped thousands of developers through the various courses he’s authored & taught. Andrew’s the founder of Voitanos and is dedicated to delivering industry-leading on-demand video training to professional developers. He lives with his wife & two kids in Florida.