Lesson 1: Creating a SQL Server Agent Job in .NET framework

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Lesson 1: Creating a SQL Server Agent Job
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Lesson 1: Creating a SQL Server Agent Job
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SQL Server Agent is the scheduling engine within SQL Server. One of the primary purposes of this engine is to execute defined jobs at specified intervals. You can define SQL Server Agent jobs to execute a variety of important tasks such as database backups, reindexing, and integrity checks. In this lesson, you will learn how to create a job in SQL Server Agent and how to configure the job options that are available.
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Create a job. Set a job owner. Create job steps. Create job schedules.
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Estimated lesson time: 20 minutes
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How to Create a SQL Server Agent Job
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A job in SQL Server Agent consists of job steps, an owner to provide the security context for the job, and one or more schedules for executing the job. The high-level steps for creating a new job are as follows: 1. Create a new job and give it a name, a database context, and an owner. 2. Add one or more job steps to the job. 3. Optionally specify a schedule on which to execute the job. To create a new job, you need to expand the SQL Server Agent node within the Object Explorer in SSMS, as shown in Figure 14-1. Right-click the Jobs node and choose New Job. The New Job window opens. In this window, you can define several general properties for each job, including name, job category, and description. A job name can be up to 64 characters long. Be sure to use a descriptive job name that clearly identifies the basic purpose of the job. You can use the job category to group jobs together based on the types of actions they perform. For example, you should specify Database Maintenance as the category for any jobs that execute maintenance tasks. You can use any of the built-in job categories that ship with SQL Server or you can create your own categories.
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Working with SQL Server Agent Jobs
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Figure 14-1 Managing all jobs, alerts, and operators from within the SQL Server Agent node
A description text box enables you to enter additional details about a job. If specific business rules govern a job or the way it is constructed, you should specify them in the job description to facilitate future job-maintenance actions. You see the New Job window completed in Figure 14-2.
Figure 14-2 Defining a new job from the New Job window
Lesson 1: Creating a SQL Server Agent Job
How to Specify a Job Owner
On the New Job General page, you also specify the job owner, which defines the user or group who manages the job. Only the job owner or a member of the sysadmin role is allowed to modify a job. If the owner of the job is not a member of the sysadmin role, you need to ensure that the job owner has access to any proxy accounts necessary to execute a step within the job. You use SQL Server Agent proxy accounts to control fine-grained permissions to SQL Server Agent. These proxy accounts control access to certain external subsystems within SQL Server such as replication, SSIS, SQL Server Analysis Services, CmdExec, and ActiveX. When a job step requires the use of one of these subsystems, the job owner is validated for access to the proxy. Once validated, SQL Server Agent impersonates the proxy account to allow execution of the job step.
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Proxy accounts
For more information about proxy accounts, see the SQL Server 2005 Books Online article How to: Configure a User to Create and Manage SQL Server Agent Jobs. SQL Server 2005 Books Online is installed as part of SQL Server 2005. Updates for SQL Server 2005 Books Online are available for download at www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sql/2005/downloads/books.mspx.
For job steps that execute Transact-SQL statements, the security context for the job step is derived from the job owner. The SQL Server Agent proxies used, along with the job owner, prevent a user from gaining elevated permissions within SQL Server by using SQL Server Agent.
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Under what security context does a job step run A job step is executed using the security credentials of the job owner. For job steps that access external resources such as the file system, SSIS, and replication, a proxy account is used.
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