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System Stored Procedures referring to which tables.?? Expand / Collapse
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Posted Monday, February 14, 2011 4:21 AM
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Hi,,

sp_help_job
sp_help_jobcount
sp_help_jobactivity
sp_help_jobshistory
sp_help_jobs_in_schedule
sp_help_jobschedule

I want to know, from which TABLES the above storedProcedures are being executed and fetching the data.

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Posted Monday, February 14, 2011 4:27 AM


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U can execute sp_helptext stored procedure name in the msdb database and u will get the required information.

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Hello,
These are objects from msdb database.
If you go to MSDB system database and browse the system tables node, you will see a list of table whose names are starting with dbo.sysjob...
You can check these tables for jobs, job steps, job schedules and job histories.


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