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Magento_AsynchronousOperations

This component is designed to provide a response for a client that launched the bulk operation as soon as possible and postpone handling of operations moving them to the background handler.

Installation details

The Magento_AsynchronousOperations module creates the following tables in the database:

  • magento_bulk
  • magento_operation
  • magento_acknowledged_bulk

Before disabling or uninstalling this module, note that the following modules depends on this module:

  • Magento_WebapiAsync

For information about module installation in Magento 2, see Enable or disable modules.

Extensibility

Extension developers can interact with the Magento_AsynchronousOperations module. For more information about the Magento extension mechanism, see Magento plug-ins.

The Magento dependency injection mechanism enables you to override the functionality of the Magento_AsynchronousOperations module.

Layouts

This module introduces the following layouts and layout handles in the view/adminhtml/layout directory:

  • bulk_bulk_details
  • bulk_bulk_details_modal
  • bulk_index_index

For more information about layouts in Magento 2, see the Layout documentation.

UI components

You can extend Magento_AsynchronousOperations module using the following configuration files in the view/adminhtml/ui_component/ directory:

  • bulk_details_form
  • bulk_details_form_modal
  • bulk_listing
  • failed_operation_listing
  • failed_operation_modal_listing
  • notification_area
  • retriable_operation_listing
  • retriable_operation_modal_listing

For information about UI components in Magento 2, see Overview of UI components.