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Custom timer job in sharepoint

Posted on 2011-03-06
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I have an application where each subsite has a list with the same name and carries a numeric value. The top level site also has a list with the same name.
I want to write a custom timer job(using VS 2010) that will aggregate the numeric value from all the sub sites and place it in the list that exists at the top level.

I will highly appreciate if someone can give code for that.
Many thanks...!!
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me24hour, does my answer assist you in any way?
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Hey Koen,
Yes it has been very helpful. Atleast I am able to create the customer timer job and deploy it.
Currently, working on it so that it will aggregate the numeric value from all the sub sites and place it in the list that exists at the top level.
I am going through the other links provided by you.


 
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