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Operation Type for [MSCRM_CONFIG].[dbo].[ScaleGroupOrganizationMaintenanceJobs] - Dynamics CRM 2016 Asynchronous Service task (Maintenance)

Hello,

Asynchronous Service regularly executes multiple internal maintenece jobs.

Maintenance related tasks are defined in [MSCRM_CONFIG].[dbo].[ScaleGroupOrganizationMaintenanceJobs].

You can retrieve some useful information for maintenance executions such as;
Last Execution Duration
Result
Last Run Time
Next Run Time
Recurrence Detail for each jobs


But there is a mystery in "Operation Type" column. Here is the Code description that i find as much as i can;


Please send me new codes , i will add them to my post by adding big thank to you beside citation
:)

"DeletionService"
14


"IndexingManagement"
15


"catalog full index for Organization"
25


"ReindexAll"
30



"CleanupInactiveWorkflowAssemblies"
32


"GoalGroup"
40


"AuditPartitionCreation"
41


"CheckForLanguagePackUpdates"
42


"RefreshRowCountSnapshots"
46


"RefreReadSharingSnapshots"
47

"CheckFullTextIndexColumnStatusOperation&qu…

publishing a package to Nuget.Server

Hello,

I would like to describe how to publish an existing dll to Nuget.Server through Command Prompt.


Download NuGet.exe if you do not have (google it)Open Command Prompt with "Run As Administrator"We need to generate specification of the package so
nuget.exe spec (Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Proxy)you will see .nuspec in the path (path can be where nuget.exe exists)pack it with specification
nuget pack " (Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Proxy.nuspec)
Tip : there should have lib directory where .nuspec file exists. We should put our dll under the lib directorynuget package will be created under the same path of nuspec if we use default.You will see new directory.finally publish it as seen below;
nuget push (Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Proxy.1.0.0.nupkg) -source http://localhost:9999/nuget -ApiKey
Please have a look at my previous article for ApiKey that's all, Good Luck!

Installation and Configuration guide of Nuget Server

Hello,

If you want to create own Nuget Server, You should install Nuget.Serger package via Empty Web Site type of project in Visual Studio then publish it without typing any code.


Open Visual StudioFile > New > ProjectSelect "ASP.NET Web Application (.NET Framework)" under Web node.Give a Project Name, Location if default loc. does not satisfy you.
(you may select .NET Framework 4.6 instead of .Net framework 4.6.1, if exists. I faced an error while publishing Nuget.Server to local IIS. You may not see the issue in your try :) )Visual Studio is going to generate all necessary files for us (thanks :) ) Right Click to Project name from Solution ExplorerFind Manage NuGet Packagesonce you click it, you will see a form. Type Nuget.Server (Visual Studio must connect to Internet)Select "Nuget Server by .NET Foundation" You will see Install button in the right side (for Visual Studio 2017 - other version may have differences so my message is install it )You will get c…