I have a scheduled task in Sitecore and I want to find the timestamp for its past executions. I can find this information in the Sitecore logs by looking to see when the info message gets written like:

ManagedPoolThread #3 03:31:12 INFO Starting: <TaskName> (asynchronously)
ManagedPoolThread #18 03:31:12 INFO Job started: ScheduleCommand '{<ID>}'
ManagedPoolThread #3 03:31:13 INFO Ended: <TaskName>

This works in a sense but it is pretty tedious analyzing logs like this. Is this history stored in a database/table anywhere that I can query?

  • I know for publishing you can get the last published timestamp. Maybe having log in the schedule job can help or insert a timestamp in a custom database which you can query easily Commented Oct 12, 2016 at 20:44

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You can try the Sitecore Log Analyzer. You can filter by timeframe and add a string qualifier and look for Job started/ended statements in the logs.

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  • Are these values also stored in the database? Commented Oct 12, 2016 at 21:15

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