Welcome to discuss.hangfire.io


#1

Welcome! This is a discussion platform for Hangfire – a background job processing system for ASP.NET applications.

Other helpful Hangfire resources are available at:

Site – http://hangfire.io
GitHub – http://github.com/HangfireIO/Hangfire
Twitter – @hangfireio


#2

I really like this forum, is this a custom solution or is there somewhere I can download/buy the code to host this forum?


#3

Nope, this isn’t a custom solution :slight_smile: Hangfire forum is based on Discourse, a new open-source forum engine from cool guys.


#4

Hi ,

I am very new to hangfire. but i don’t get any idea how to use hangfire as distributed system. means i wish to run a job which is in other server , but i wish to instantiate from my web application.

please reply this with some sample code or link that i can refer.

thanks


#5

I can help you with this topic if u are interested, im using hangfire server as windows service with multiple clients as web apps. They are scheduling and enqueuing jobs on server. Distributed processing is also simple option!


#6

this work has very very very bad things on method parameters;
and there is no support for that they only say use IOC
and no one knows what the hell is IOC and why that’s not working


#7

why in your documentation you have a link to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cron#CRON_expression if it is not possible to use that cron expressions? If I use a 16 14 L ? ? …I got: ‘L’ is not a valid [Day] crontab field value. It must be a numeric value between 1 and 31 (all inclusive).

This just sucks, you have documentation which does not work and the cron expressions that you use are even more limited then the normal ones. If I want to run on 31 of every month or at least to use the last day of every month I can’t? Damn… I don’t even will talk about days 29,30. This expressions are killing me.


#8

Hi,
did you got any answer in this “Forum”
I’m facing the same issue… no1 replies…