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What Is the use of Calendar Event Execution job queue ?

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blacktiger asked a question on 3 Dec 2018 10:43 PM

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Hi,

In 2018 job queues Calendar Event Execution job queue  is running can anyone tell what does this job queue do and how to stop this and what are its consequences ?

Thanks in advance.

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Murari Jangid responded on 13 Dec 2018 7:34 AM

Hello @blacktiger,

Even i want to know the same thing, you have any suggestive answer regarding this.

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LMess2009 responded on 17 Jan 2019 5:37 PM
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I am looking for an answer to the same thing. I have Calendar Event Entries creating themselves in the job queue and cannot yet figure out how it is happening. I have removed them and it does not seem to be affecting anything but i'm still uncertain as to the cause. I'll update you if I find an answer.

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Jose Azevedo responded on 24 Jan 2019 3:08 AM
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Hi,

I had the same question and I decided to open a Technical Request on MSFT Partner Source.

The response was:

"This job queue is a sort of system entry related to Microsoft Invoicing app and is involved in managing data across the various apps talking with the Microsoft Graph. Development team also have some internal telemetry enabled related to Calendar Event job queue running.

It worth notice that if you delete the Job Queue Entry related to Calendar Event, however, this will be recreated again later.

We had this request in the earlier Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise version (called Dynamics NAV 2018) where partner would like to completely remove this job queue entry since it was useless for on-premise.

Below the answer from development team

“Ok, the partners should remove Codeunit 1351 "Telemetry Subscribers" and then remove the job queue entries that run Codeunit 2161 Calendar Event Execution. Those entries will not be recreated again.

And we […] add conditions that enable telemetry events only for SaaS tenants.”

 

You should not remove that job queue entry with SaaS tenants.

If you plan to deploy on-premise installation, you could follow suggestions from development team related on how to remove consistently JQE that run calendar event execution."

Concluding:

We should not remove on SaaS tenants (It will be recreated) and we can remove on On-Prem installation.

Jose Azevedo

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Jose Azevedo responded on 24 Jan 2019 3:08 AM
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Hi,

I had the same question and I decided to open a Technical Request on MSFT Partner Source.

The response was:

"This job queue is a sort of system entry related to Microsoft Invoicing app and is involved in managing data across the various apps talking with the Microsoft Graph. Development team also have some internal telemetry enabled related to Calendar Event job queue running.

It worth notice that if you delete the Job Queue Entry related to Calendar Event, however, this will be recreated again later.

We had this request in the earlier Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise version (called Dynamics NAV 2018) where partner would like to completely remove this job queue entry since it was useless for on-premise.

Below the answer from development team

“Ok, the partners should remove Codeunit 1351 "Telemetry Subscribers" and then remove the job queue entries that run Codeunit 2161 Calendar Event Execution. Those entries will not be recreated again.

And we […] add conditions that enable telemetry events only for SaaS tenants.”

 

You should not remove that job queue entry with SaaS tenants.

If you plan to deploy on-premise installation, you could follow suggestions from development team related on how to remove consistently JQE that run calendar event execution."

Concluding:

We should not remove on SaaS tenants (It will be recreated) and we can remove on On-Prem installation.

Jose Azevedo

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