Figure 13-14 Creating a job step in .NET framework

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Figure 13-14 Creating a job step
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j We won t change anything else on this job, but let s take a look at the options On the Job Step Properties page, in the Select A Page area, click Advanced Here we can choose what to do on success, on failure, how many times to retry the step, and we can configure outputs Click OK
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k On the New Job Properties page, in the Select A Page area, click Schedules Here we can configure a recurring schedule for a job l On the Alerts page, we can connect a job to an alert, but we won t do this yet m On the Notifications page, we can configure what to do when the job completes TIP If you re coming from an SQL Server 2000 background, you may notice something here In SQL Server 2000, the default was for a job to be written to the Windows Application event log In SQL Server 2005, you need to select the check box n On the Targets page, we can configure the job to be used on multiple servers o Click OK to save the job 4 Configure the alert to execute the job: a Double-click the AW TLog 70% Full alert you created earlier b Click the Response page in the Select A Page area c Select the check box for Execute Job In the drop-down box, select Backup AW TLog (Database Maintenance) Select the Notify Operators check box Select the check box for Net Send for the Darril operator Your display should look like Figure 13-15 Click OK
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Figure 13-15 Configuring the alert to execute a job and notify an operator
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5 Now we want to launch Performance so that we can see the counter: a Click Start | Run Enter Perfmon b In System Monitor, click the + button c In the drop-down box under Performance Object, select SQL Server:Databases
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d In the list box under Select Counters From List, select Percent Log Used e In the list box under Select Instances From List, select AdventureWorks Your display should look similar to Figure 13-16 Click Add Click Close
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Figure 13-16 Configuring System Monitor to observe the AdventureWorks transaction log
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TIP When Performance is launched, it will automatically have the Pages/sec, Avg Disk Queues, and % Processor counters added This allows you to view the memory, disk, and processor objects For this exercise, it ll be worthwhile to leave these counters in 6 Now we want to generate some log activity in the AdventureWorks transaction log As the log fills, the alert should fire The alert causes the job to execute, which backs up and truncates the transaction log We ll see all the activity in System Monitor a In SSMS, click the New Query button to create a new query window b Create some activity in the transaction log with the following script As the script runs, observe System Monitor
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USE AdventureWorks; GO DECLARE @i int SET @i = 1 While @i < 1000 Begin SET @i = @i + 1 INSERT INTO PersonContact (FirstName, LastName,PasswordHash, PasswordSalt) VALUES ('Mickey', 'Mouse', 'P@ssw0rd','P@$$S@lt') End
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TIP By selecting Percent Log Used and then pressing CTRL-H, you can highlight the Percent Log Used counter c By running the script once, you can see the percentage of the log has increased Press F5 to rerun the script Wait a second or two, and then press F5 again Keep doing this while observing System Monitor You will see that the transaction log continues to fill up When it reaches 70%, the alert will fire and execute the job You will see the percentage of the log used reduce significantly, and the alert will pop up on the screen Your display of System Monitor will look similar to Figure 13-17
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