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This is a stored procedure for managing Web tasks that you use more often than others. It is designed to run an existing Web task:
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sp_runwebtask [[@procname =] 'procedurename'] [,[@outputfile =] 'outputfile'
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The result of the Web task is an HTML file (outputfile) that can be specified by either the sp_runwebtask or the sp_makewebtask stored procedure.
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This stored procedure is designed to delete Web tasks. It deletes all objects that belong to the Web task (for example: job, stored procedure with query, triggers):
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The best way to format your Web page is to use a template file, which is an ordinary HTML file with placeholders for incorporating a resultset. There are two types of placeholders:
<%insert_data_here%> <%begindetail%>, <%enddetail%>
<%insert_data_here%>
This placeholder is used to mark the spot where SQL Server is to place a complete resultset. The placeholder is formatted as a regular HTML table. The following code is extracted from such a template file:
<html> <head> <title>Price List</title> </head> <body> <H1>Price List<H1> <%insert_data_here%> </body> </html>
Naturally, you can enrich your template with logos, links, additional text, and other elements. A simple trick is to design your page first in an HTML editor such as FrontPage and add the table placeholder later.
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<%begindetail%>, <%enddetail%>
If you want more control over the look of your table, you can use these placeholders. They mark the beginning and end of the HTML code that will be replicated for each row in the resultset. Between them you should use the <%insert_data_here%> placeholder to mark the position where each field should be inserted. The following code was generated in FrontPage. It is a simple page that uses a table with two rows and three columns. We have inserted column heading in the first row and then marked a block around the next record with the <%begindetail%> and <%enddetail%> tags. Inside each table cell in the row, we have inserted a placeholder for the fields.
<html> <head> <title>Price List</title> </head> <body> <table border="1" width="336"> <tr> <td>Action ID</td> <td>Action</td> <td>List Price</td> </tr> <%begindetail%> <tr> <td><%insert_data_here%></td> <td><%insert_data_here%></td> <td><%insert_data_here%></td> </tr> <%enddetail%> </table> </body> </html>
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Of course, the point of this whole exercise is to create a more complex layout. You can also include code for implementing links or more complex formatting options.
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SQL Server has two extended stored procedures designed after their C counterparts to compose strings and extract sections of a string:
xp_sprintf xp_sscanf
C is hardly the paradigm for a language with good string manipulation tools, but if you are used to C s approach, you might find these stored procedures useful.
xp_sprintf
The xp_sprintf extended stored procedure assembles a result_string by filling placeholders in a template with parameters from the list:
xp_sprintf {result_string OUTPUT, template} [, parameter [,...n]]
In SQL Server, only the %s (character string) type of format parameter is supported. The following batch assembles a Transact-SQL statement with the datename() function and then executes it:
declare @command varchar(8000) exec master..xp_sprintf @command OUTPUT, 'select date%s(%s, GetDate())', 'name', 'month' select @command exec (@command)
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xp_sscanf
The xp_sscanf extended stored procedure extracts parameters from a string using a template:
xp_sscanf {string, template} [, parameter OUTPUT [,...n]]
In SQL Server, only the %s (character string) type of format parameter is supported. The following batch extracts an error number and description from the Note field in the ActivityLog table:
declare @Note varchar(2000), @chvErrorCode varchar(20), @ErrorDesc varchar(8000) Select @Note = Note from ActivityLog where LogId = 3721 exec master..xp_sscanf @Note, 'Error(%s): %s', @chvErrorCode output, @ErrorDesc output Select @chvErrorCode, @ErrorDesc
MAIL
SQL Server has the capability to interact with administrators and users via e-mail. Usually, administrators are notified by SQL Server when something unusual happens. You can use the Alert and Operator mechanisms to implement such behavior. This feature is an alternative to standard methods of processing errors such as recording critical errors in the Error Log. If SQL Server is in critical need of attention, and your operators do not possess pagers, SQL Server can send them e-mail. This approach is also practical for notifying administrators of successfully completed jobs.
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