Release 1.5

Rating:        Based on 2 ratings
Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 4127
Change Set: 62007
Released: Jan 11, 2011
Updated: Mar 20, 2011 by dahall
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

I have decided to remove the TaskSchedulerEditor download from this release as it had too many problems. Please look to version 1.6 or higher for the UI components.

Fixes:
  • Fixed Clone and SetBasic errors with EventTrigger
  • Fixed Task.Settings.ExecutionTimeLimit problem with setting value to TimeSpan.Zero not working as expected.
  • Fixed problem with Task.GetRunTimes method failing on both V1 and V2
  • Fixed TaskFolder.RegisterTaskDefinition throwing exception when "System" specified for user under v1
  • Fixed some problems with null references within properties for TaskService
  • Fixed bug in WeeklyTrigger contructor's default parameters (thanks to meekerd)
  • Fixed problem with Trigger.EndBoundary getting corrupted if edited multiple times
  • Fixed bug in late bound MonthlyDOWTrigger.WeeksOfMonth property when set to LastWeek (thanks grizli)
  • Added parameter validation to Task.Run
  • Fixed bug in Task.Stop (thanks SergeyI)
  • Corrected problem with Vista 32-bit calling GetRunTimes (thanks jelled)

Enhancements:
  • Updated help file to new Microsoft Help Viewer - Open Help folder in download and install using batch file
  • Added Action.ActionType property (like Trigger.TriggerType)
  • Added SecurityDescriptor properties to Task and TaskFolder
  • Added RegisterChanges() method to Task to simplify making changes to an existing task.
  • Added conditional parameters to a number of methods

Reviews for this release

     
To take liberties with the Microsoft Namespace, causing conflicts with existing libraries, as well as not properly including required libraries in code drops (assuming user has plenty of time to spend to forage through to discover this). Documentation and usage is very limited. Given that it is beta allows some allowance, but beta for almost a year loses points as well. Was excited to use this.
by MarkRooney on Feb 25, 2011 at 6:19 PM