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Is there any change required for Azure Web Jobs due to retiring Azure Scheduler?

Hello,

Based on the below article which says Azure Scheduler is retiring so using Logic App is the ideal way to implement solutions.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-in/azure/scheduler/migrate-from-scheduler-to-logic-apps

We are using Web Jobs which are uploaded into Azure Web App Service. Will web jobs remain as it is or there is any change to web jobs as well? We are already using CRON expresssion to trigger the web jobs and not directly using Azure Scheduler for web jobs.

Please let us know if we need to change anything.

Thank you!

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ajkuma-MSFT answered ·

@SushrutParanjape-9466, Welcome to Microsoft Q&A!

Thanks for posting a good question.

For WebJobs with CRON expression, no changes are required. Further on how it works, For the schedule to work it requires the website to be configured as Always On and is not an Azure Scheduler but an internal implementation of a scheduler.

Kindly checkout this document 'Scheduling a triggered WebJob' section for configuration details.


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SushrutParanjape answered ·

Thank you @ajkuma-MSFT for answering my question :) !

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Glad to know that the answer was helpful. Thanks for the follow-up.

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