Cron Scheduler + SQL + WordPress

Connect Cron Scheduler, SQL, and WordPress automatically using the power of automation. Use it to un one or multiple SQL queries or fire multiple webhooks within one request once a cron job was executed!

Connect Cron Scheduler SQL, and WordPress

To learn more about the "Cron job executed" trigger of the Cron Scheduler integration, or any of the actions, simply click on the image below.
When this happens...
Cron job executed
Triggers when a cron job was executed within Cron Scheduler.
then do this...
Run SQL queries
Run one or multiple SQL queries.
and lastly this!
Fire multiple webhooks
Fire multiple webhooks within one request.

Supported triggers & actions for Cron Scheduler + SQL + WordPress

Actions & Triggers

Actions

Triggers

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Cron job executed
Triggers when a cron job was executed within Cron Scheduler.
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WordPress cron job executed
Triggers when a WordPress cron job executed within Cron Scheduler.
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Run SQL queries
Run one or multiple SQL queries.
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Run remote SQL queries
Run one or multiple remote SQL queries.
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Fire multiple webhooks
Fire multiple webhooks within one request.
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Copy file
Copy a file.
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Copy folder
Copy a folder.
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Create base64 attachment
Create an attachment from a base64 string.
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Create comment
Create a comment.
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Create file
Create a file.
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Create folder
Create a folder.
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Create path attachment
Create an attachment from a server path.
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Create post
Create a post.
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Create taxonomy term
Create a taxonomy term.
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Create URL attachment
Create an attachment from a URL.
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Create user
Create a user.
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Custom PHP action
Fire custom PHP code.
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Delete attachment
Delete an attachment.
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Delete comment
Delete a comment.
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Delete file
Delete a file.
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Delete folder
Delete a folder.
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Delete post
Delete a post.
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Delete user
Delete a user.
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Get post
Get a post.
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Get multiple posts
Get or search for multiple posts.
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Get user
Get a user.
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Get multiple users
Get or search for multiple users.
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Test action
Send a demo action.
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Set taxonomy term meta
Set custom taxonomy term meta data.
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Move file
Move a file.
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Move folder
Move a folder.
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Multisite assign user
Assign a user to a multisite sub-site.
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Activate plugin
Activate a plugin.
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Deactivate plugin
Deactivate a plugin.
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Install plugin
Install a plugin.
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Uninstall plugin
Uninstall a plugin.
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Update plugin
Update a plugin.
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Rename file or folder
Rename a file or a folder.
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Send email
Send an email.
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Send remote HTTP POST
Send a remote HTTP request.
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Set taxonomy terms
Set custom taxonomy terms.
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Trash comment
Trash a comment.
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Update comment
Update a comment.
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Update post
Update a post.
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Update taxonomy term
Update a taxonomy term.
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Update user
Update a user.
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Call apply_filters hook
Call a apply_filters hook.
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Call PHP function
Call a PHP function.
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Delete taxonomy term
Delete a taxonomy term.
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Fire do_action hook
Fire a do_action hook.
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Get taxonomy term
Get a single taxonomy term.
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Get taxonomy terms
Get one or multiple taxonomy terms.
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Manage WP post meta
Add, update, or delete WP post meta.
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Manage WP user meta
Add, update, or delete WP user meta.
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Comment created
A comment was created.
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User created
A user was created.
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Custom trigger called
A custom trigger was called via PHP.
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Comment deleted
A comment was deleted.
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User deleted
A user was deleted.
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User logged in
A user has logged in.
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Plugin activated
A plugin was activated.
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Plugin deactivated
A plugin was deactivated.
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Plugin deleted
A plugin was deleted.
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Post created
A post was created.
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Post deleted
A post was deleted.
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Post trashed
A post was trashed.
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Post updated
A post was updated.
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Email sent
An email was sent.
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Comment trashed
A comment was trashed.
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Comment updated
A comment was updated.
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User updated
A user was updated.
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WordPress hook fired
A WordPress hook was fired.
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Hook apply_filters fired
A specific apply_filters hook was fired.
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Hook do_action fired
A specific do_action hook was fired.
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New site created
A new site was created.
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Taxonomy term created
A taxonomy term was created.
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Taxonomy term deleted
A taxonomy term was deleted.
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Taxonomy term updated
A taxonomy term was updated.
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User logged out
A user was logged out.
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User password reset
A user password was reset.
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Shortcode called
A shortcode was called.
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How to connect Cron Scheduler + SQL + WordPress

Get Cron Scheduler
You need access to Cron Scheduler to use it as a trigger.
Setup SQL + WordPress
Make sure SQL, and WordPress are are set up and available.
Install WP Webhooks
Make sure that WP Webhooks is installed and activated on your WordPress website.
Get WP Webhooks Automator
Create your automation workflow
Create a new automation workflow using Cron Scheduler + SQL + WordPress.
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About Cron Scheduler
The Cron Scheduler integration empowers you to automate tasks within your WordPress website using Cron Jobs. Seamlessly schedule and manage recurring events, streamlining your website maintenance and optimizing performance with ease.
Learn more about the Cron Scheduler integration
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About SQL
SQL (Structured Query Language) is a programming language used for managing data held in relational database management systems (RDBMS) or for stream processing in relational data stream management systems (RDSMS). It is beneficial for handling large datasets and performing complex queries and is a standard tool for data analysts and scientists.
Learn more about the SQL integration
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About WordPress
WordPress is a free, open-source platform to create websites and blogs. It is used on more than 64 million sites and continuously grows. WP Webhooks is made for WordPress and offers amazing features right out of the box to save you time and resources. It will extend the CMS by WordPress webhooks.
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