The are several independent jobs that reset spent budgets of customers (users) for the selected period. Currently there are five jobs available:
In the previous version, all customers of the system were processed individually within one job run. Especially in environments with multiple channels and lots of customers/users within the channels, the performance of the job sometimes dropped dramatically. To improve the performance and stability of this job, the underlying code base has been reworked completely.
|ICM||Intershop Commerce Management|
|SMC||Intershop System Management|
A process in ICM which can be triggered manually or automatically via scheduling in SMC.
It performs tasks that, among other things, improve the performance of the ICM system, see Reference - Intershop 7.10 Jobs for all available ICM 7.10 jobs.
Out-of-the-box the jobs are available once for the whole system.
They now can be created for different domains (channels).
The pipeline has three start nodes: Start, Start_ResetByDomain and Start_deprecated. Start_ResetByDomain and Start_deprecated are available from ICM 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52.
For further details see the following sections.
This start node Start starts the new reworked job that will process all customers/users in the system without any domain context.
This start node Start_ResetByDomain starts the new reworked job only for the domain the job exists in.
It requires the customers to be stored in the related anonymous domain. For example, for domain "inSPIRED-inTRONICS_Business-Site" the customers are fetched from "inSPIRED-inTRONICS_Business-Anonymous".
This start node Start_deprecated starts the old job as it was before the rework has taken place. This can still be used as an alternative.
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