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A module for organising stuff to happen at arbitrary times in the future, useful with QueuedJobs

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Fun module for organising stuff to happen at arbitrary times in the future.

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  • SilverStripe 3.1


  • Create a Configured Schedule via the CMS admin
  • From code, call
    • ConfiguredSchedule::get()->filter('Title', $name)->first()->getNextScheduledDateTime();

Configuring schedules

For a job, schedules are read in particular precedence; first, the 'default' schedule is loaded. All other schedules are evaluated to see if they are applicable for the "current" time; if so, the desired schedule is substituted for, in increasing order of importance

  • A ScheduleRangeDayType (ie weekday, Weekend)
  • A ScheduleRangeDay (ie Monday, Tuesday)
  • A ScheduleRange (ie specific date)

This allows configuration of a schedule set that is, for example

  • Default - 6am - 6pm every day until 2020
  • Weekends - 9am - 5pm
  • Thursday - 6am - 9pm
  • 25/12/2015 - 10am - 2pm

The decided upon schedule evaluates each in order, and selects that which is most specific.

Create a schedule

  • Open admin/schedulizer/.
  • Create a new schedule - for QueuedJobs usage, use the same name as the job classname
  • Create a new Schedule Range; the first one should be called "Default" and have a type of "ScheduleRangeDefault". This is the baseline schedule that will be used
  • Add additional schedules if needed
  • Test the schedule by entering a date/time (YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss format) and clicking "Test" - this will update with the next detected 'tick' time for that schedule.

Modifying a schedule

  • Open admin/schedulizer/
  • Select the schedule to modify
  • On the "Schedule Ranges" tab, select the schedule to modify
  • Modify the relevant fields
  • Save and close, then test the new schedule as above.


This module is licensed under the BSD license at