Jobs are one of the administration tools. They include background and scheduled jobs. Background jobs are intended for asynchronous initialization of common module procedure execution (without waiting for their completion). Scheduled jobs are intended for automated scheduled calls of common module procedures.
The main purpose of this feature is performing administrative operations according to a schedule.
Major job management features
- Defining scheduled procedures at the applied solution configuration stage
- Running operations according to a schedule
- Calling procedures or functions asynchronously (without waiting for their completion)
- Monitoring job execution
- Managing jobs (canceling, disabling, and so on)
- Waiting for completion of one or several jobs
- Background jobs
Background job management is performed from 1C:Enterprise script.
- Scheduled jobs
Scheduled jobs are an integral part of an applied solution; they are described at the configuration stage.