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How to Create Job Steps
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The core of a job is one or more job steps, which define the actual action(s) to be performed within the jobs.
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Working with SQL Server Agent Jobs
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The high-level steps for defining a job step are the following: 1. Create a new job step, specifying a name and type. 2. Define the command you want to execute. 3. Define logging and notification actions. To define a job step, select the Steps page within the New Job window, as shown in Figure 14-3.
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Figure 14-3 Defining a new job step
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After clicking New, you can define the job step s properties, as the example shows in Figure 14-4. For each job step, you need to define a name, which can be up to 64 characters. You also need to define a job step as a specific type. The most common type of job step is Transact-SQL. With this type of job step, you define the database context in which to run the Transact-SQL batch that you specify. You can define a simple batch of Transact-SQL statements to execute as the job step, but more often you specify a call to a stored procedure. Other types of job steps correspond to SSIS, Analysis Services, replication, and ActiveX calls.
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Lesson 1: Creating a SQL Server Agent Job
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Figure 14-4 Defining job step properties
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Depending on the type of job step you select, you have various configuration options available. You access the job step options by selecting the Advanced page in the New Job Step window, as Figure 14-5 shows.
Figure 14-5 Specifying success, failure, and output file options
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You can specify actions to take when the step completes successfully, such as Go To The Next Step, and actions to take when the step fails, such as Quit The Job, Reporting Failure. You can define how many times and at what interval to retry the job step. You can also specify logging options, such as writing to an output file.
IMPORTANT
Logging options
DBAs rarely specify logging options for job steps. However, without logging, it is much more difficult to troubleshoot why a job step may be failing. You should always output to a file at a minimum. You can then scan the output file for error messages.
How to Create Job Schedules
After you create job steps for your SQL Server Agent job, you can attach one or more schedules to the job. Without a schedule, a job can be executed only on demand from another process. To create a new job schedule, select the Schedules page in the New Job window and then click New, as shown in Figure 14-6.
Figure 14-6 Creating a job schedule
On the resulting New Job Schedule dialog box, shown in Figure 14-7, you specify the schedule name, type, frequency, and duration. You can define job schedules to run on a periodic basis such as daily, weekly, or monthly with a variety of options available
Lesson 1: Creating a SQL Server Agent Job
depending on the base interval you choose. The most common job schedule frequency is to run the job daily, and within each day, every n hours or n minutes.
Figure 14-7 Specifying scheduling options
Instead of specifying a time interval for executing the job, you can use the Schedule Type drop-down list to schedule the job to execute based on CPU idle conditions, to execute when SQL Server Agent starts, or to execute only once. In addition, you can specify start and end dates for each schedule, allowing a particular job schedule to remain in effect only within that period.
NOTE
Job schedule differences in SQL Server 2005
In SQL Server 2000, job schedules are specific to a given job. In SQL Server 2005, however, job schedules are treated as separate entities. You can create a job schedule once and then use the same schedule for multiple jobs.
Lesson Summary
SQL Server Agent is a basic scheduling engine included with SQL Server 2005 that enables you to define jobs and the schedules on which to automatically execute them.
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