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am trying to delete the custom timer job I have created in my SP 2013 on-prem.env. I used the powershell to do the same,but its not getting deleted/removed from the central admin. I tried with restarting the sp timer service and sp admin service and iisreset as well. refer : Delete-SPTimer-JOB-link But still, am able to see the timer job in the timerjob definitions page.

  add-pssnapin "microsoft.sharepoint.powershell"


  Get-SPTimerJob | where {$_.name -like "NPD Timer Job"} |fl
  $badjobTake2 = Get-SPTimerJob -ID "55166609-014a-4c0c-bd1b-
  e7cac0585dcd"
  $badjobTake2.Delete()  

Is there anyway, I can completely remove the timerjob ref from the ContentDB as well? it seems , somewhere the timerjob name is mentioned in Config DB or webappln DB.

note: I have renamed the customer job from a old name to new name. is this not allowed? Will this cause an issue when re-deploying onto the same farm?

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Try to delete the job by name instead of ID

$jobToDelete = Get-SPTimerJob | ? { $_.name -eq "customTimerJobName" }
$jobToDelete.Delete()
  • I already tried this and it didn't work, that's why I went to fetch the ID and tried to delete the same. Any idea , how to remove he reference from content db ? though its not supported, in dev env, I think its OK to delete using the content db id /reference. – userAZLogicApps Apr 26 '17 at 13:49
  • Have you tried to do the same through code i.e. on deactivating the timer job feature delete the timer job. And then check the reference of that timer job. – Divya Sharma Apr 26 '17 at 16:23

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