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Have you gone through all solutions provided here ? or check the document library settings and find out that document library was set NOT to require check out although versioning was enabled. Just try to set to require check out. Note: RunWithElevatedPrivileges only works if the current thread is using impersonation, i.e. IIS. Used in other code (timer ...
No, the schedule starts between 0 seconds and 59 seconds into the schedule and runs until it's finished. This is already answered here: TimerJob development, what does the EndSecond property of a SPMinuteSchedule mean
This post have details. The info extract from the Post Notice how the schedule is set for the timer job. The SPMinuteSchedule.BeginSecond property and the SPMinuteSchedule.EndSecond property specify a start window of execution. The SharePoint Timer service starts the timer job at a random time between the BeginSecond property and the EndSecond ...
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