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What is schedule jobs?

Posted By :shankey     Posted Date :July 31, 2011    Points :40   Category :Others 
Schedule jobs lets user to automate processes that run on regular basis

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how can debugging share point application and timer jobs ? with steps?

  
Steps 1:build application place .dll into gac and reset iis
steps 2:On the Debug menu, select Attach to Process
steps 3:select the Show processes from all users check box.
steps 4:select W3W.exe and OSWTIMER.exe can attach
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What is a Scheduled Jobs or What is a Scheduled Tasks?

  
Scheduled tasks let user automate processes that run on regular or predictable cycles. User can
schedule administrative tasks, such as cube processing, to run during times of slow business activity. User can also determine the order in which tasks run by creating job steps within a SQL Server Agent job. E.g. Back up database, Update Stats of Tables. Job steps give user control over flow of execution.
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