I have classes which I cannot remove because they are in a scheduled job. When I go to Apex Jobs I should be able to see which job they are in, however I cannot find them. There is no Scheduled Apex type in the list of Scheduled Jobs. Is there another method to finding which Scheduled Jobs a class is part of ?

  • Clicking "Manage" for each scheduled job shows the "Apex Class" but I presume you have too many for that to be practical? That field isn't offered in the view and isn't in the Winter '14 CronJobDetail so I think you are out of luck. – Keith C Nov 6 '13 at 23:09
  • It does sound like the same issue to me. Try hitting up support! – Matt Lacey Nov 7 '13 at 1:33

To see a list of scheduled apex jobs go to Setup->Monitoring->Scheduled Jobs. This list also includes other scheduled jobs, i.e. dashboard/report freshes and analytic snapshots. You can create a list view to just scheduled Apex. The Apex Jobs monitoring section will only list @future and batch methods.

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  • Ralph - thanks for your response. Yes, I have been going into Scheduled Jobs and I can't see any "Scheduled Apex" type of jobs, only report run or dashboard refreshes.Is there any other way a class can be in there?So I'm confused why I'm getting an error preventing me from removing the class in Eclipse because it is part of a scheduled job. It says it's in an Apex Job, and that's correct. I see it when I go into Apex Jobs, but I don't see it anywhere in Scheduled Jobs. Is there a way to remove it from the Apex Job list ?I wouldn't think it would be in there if it's not part of a scheduled job. – Zoom_v Nov 6 '13 at 23:46
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    This sounds like a bug SF support need to take a look at for you? Other than that, perhaps try running a query over CronTrigger see if you spot anything in those results. salesforce.com/us/developer/docs/api/Content/… – Andrew Fawcett Nov 7 '13 at 0:09
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    A while back there was a bug where completed scheduled jobs still prevented deployments. It's listed as fixed on the known issues lists, but I've personally run into after that. You can contact support to have them run a fix for you. – Ralph Callaway Nov 7 '13 at 0:12

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