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Schedule Pipeline Batches in Sitecore 9 Dynamic CRM Connector (Part 5)

Schedule Pipeline Batches in Sitecore 9 Dynamic CRM Connector (Part 5)

Part 4 : Sitecore 9 Dynamic CRM Connector: Custom pipeline to filter contacts

Scheduler is a simple way to execute some task with intervals. To schedule a Dynamic CRM Connector task, Sitecore provides you out of box functionality.

There are two steps which need to follow:

Step 1: Create Command

  •        Navigate to this location “/sitecore/system/Tasks/Commands/Data Exchange” and create an item
  •       There will be a two type of command “Run All Pipeline Batches Command” and “Run Selected Pipeline Batches Command”
  • Create command according to your requirement
  • Navigate to “Pipeline Batched” field for “Run Selected Pipeline Batches Command” and “Pipeline Batches Root” for “Run All Pipeline Batches Command” and select relevant pipeline

Step 2: Create Schedule

  • Navigate to this location “/sitecore/system/Tasks/Schedules”
  • Create new “Schedule”
  • Select “Command” which you have created above
  • Configure “Schedule” in this format {start timestamp}|{end timestamp}|{days to run bit pattern}|{interval}
  • Now it will run scheduler on a specific interval which you have mentioned
Next article will be about "Conditionally Sync Sitecore Field"


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