Timer job title Description Schedule type Audit Log Trimming Trims audit trail entries from site collections.Monthly Cell Storage Data Cleanup Timer Job Deletes temporary cell storage data and frees SQL Server disk space.15 seconds Dead Site Delete When auto site cleanup is enabled, sites that have not been used in a certain period of time are deleted.Daily Delete Job History Deletes old entries from the timer job history.Weekly Cell Storage User Data Deletion Job Deletes user data that is stored as cell storage.Important: This job can cause user data loss and does not run automatically by default.Just to give some overview of the Timer Jobs & their Functions, I made this list: [note_box]Do not change the Recurring Schedule when you are not sure if it will have any negative effects on your Share Point environment.[/note_box] Job Title: Audit Log Trimming Job Description: Trims audit trail entries from site collections.Recurring Schedule: Monthly Job Title: Cell Storage Data Cleanup Timer Job Job Description: Deletes temporary cell storage data and frees SQL Server disk space.
A timer job runs in a specific Windows service for Share Point 2013.
Redesigning a workflow for each list makes no sense.
This post explains how I went about building a User Defined Action that I can use to convert any list in my farm to CSV format and then store that in a document library, email it, store it in a database or even sent it to a web service.
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Summary: Learn about the timer jobs in Share Point 2013.