Scheduler

Azure Scheduler allows you to invoke actions that call HTTP/S endpoints or post messages to a storage queue on any schedule. In Scheduler, you can create jobs that reliably call services either inside or outside of Windows Azure and run those jobs right away, on a regular or irregular schedule, or set them to run at a future date.

If you have any feedback on Azure Scheduler, we’d love to hear it.

  1. Access Job Status Information

    Scheduled jobs should expose an object that allows you to query the last run, next run, and schedule for the currently running job. There should also be some indication of whether the job succeeded for failed to allow for error handling logic to be incorporated into the job.

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  2. Information about scheduler task and way to terminate it

    For example when you have created your scheduler job and you click run once. You have no idea after that what's going on with the job and if for example you have made a error in your code and it's just looping endlessly you can't terminate and you are required to wait until the timeout.

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