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1.Creating a web service in Sitefinity
2. Creating a console application that will be used to call the service
3. Using Windows Task Scheduler.
Creating a web service.
In the WebMethod I'm adding getting all services using IndexDataManager object. Then I am looping through all indexes and if the name of the index that I am going to pass exists in the IndexingServiceInfo I run the index programmatically using IndexingService object
Creating Console Application
Using Windows Task Scheduler
- Triggers tab - set the time you want to run the index
- Actions tab - set the path to the exe generated by the console application.
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