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SQL PROCEDURE TO FIND THE LIST OF JOB FAILURES FOR CURRENT HOUR Expand / Collapse
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Posted Monday, December 10, 2012 9:25 AM
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Hi Friends,
I need a procedure which should capture the job failure. This SP should capture the below elements:
1. Server Name
2. Job Name
3. Cause of job failure

The SP provided will be executed for hourly once. It should capture the data into a table every 1 hr. The very next time it runs the temp table must be truncated.

Thanks in Advance.
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Posted Monday, December 10, 2012 9:49 AM


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Any particular reason to log it to a table, instead of just definining a view that queries the last hour of data?

Either way, you'll get most of your data out of msdb.dbo.sysjobhistory (details: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa260416(v=SQL.80).aspx) and possibly out of the error log (there are ways to query this, but so far as I know they're all undocumented, so you'll need to research them yourself). Most of the data should be in the sysjobhistory table.


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Posted Monday, December 10, 2012 10:14 AM
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The reason is to just capture the reason why its failed and trigger a mail for every hour. The reason for truncating the temp table is to avoid the increase in size of the table or database.
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This isn't pretty but it works well - I just threw it into a Job running hourly

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[utl_dba_CheckSQLJobsForErrors]
@notifyEmailGroup varchar(300) = 'dba_alerts@company.com'
AS /*
USED TO MONITOR MSDB JOB TABLES AND SEND AN
EMAIL ALERT WHEN AN ERROR HAS OCCURED ON A JOB STEP

Looks 20 Minutes back for Job Errors - This makes sure that it will send multiple emails
*/

DECLARE @sqlSelect nvarchar(500)

CREATE TABLE #SQLAGENTERRORS (
[id] int IDENTITY(1, 1)
NOT NULL,
[SQL AGENT JOB NAME] [sysname] NOT NULL,
[step_id] [int] NOT NULL,
[step_name] [sysname] NOT NULL,
[sql_message_id] [int] NOT NULL,
[sql_severity] [int] NOT NULL,
[message] [nvarchar](1024) NULL,
[run_status] [int] NOT NULL,
[run_date] [int] NOT NULL,
[run_time] [int] NOT NULL,
[run_duration] [int] NOT NULL,
[retries_attempted] [int] NOT NULL,
[server] [sysname] NOT NULL)

SET @sqlSelect = '
SELECT DISTINCT
a.[Name][SQL AGENT JOB NAME],[step_id],[step_name],0[sql_message_id]'
+ ',0[sql_severity],0[message],0[run_status],[run_date],[run_time],0[run_duration] '
+ ', 0 [retries_attempted],[server]
FROM [msdb].[dbo].[sysjobs] as a
JOIN [msdb].[dbo].[sysjobhistory] as b on
a.job_id=b.job_id ' + 'WHERE
b.Sql_Severity <> 0
AND run_date = REPLACE(CONVERT(VARCHAR(10),GETDATE(),121),''-'','''') ' + 'AND [run_time] >= '''
+ REPLACE(CONVERT(varchar(20), DATEADD(minute, -20, GETDATE()), 08), ':', '') + ''''
+ ' ORDER BY [run_date],a.[Name],b.[step_id] '


-- WRITE TEMP TABLE TO FORMAT DATA
INSERT INTO #SQLAGENTERRORS
EXECUTE MASTER..SP_EXECUTESQL @sqlSelect

IF (SELECT
COUNT(1)
FROM
#SQLAGENTERRORS) > 0
BEGIN
DECLARE
@calldate datetime,
@sqlStatement nvarchar(350),
@subject varchar(128),
@body varchar(4000)

SET @body = '
'

SET @subject = 'Job Step Failures Detected ' + CONVERT(varchar(25), GETDATE(), 120)

IF (SELECT
COUNT(1)
FROM
#SQLAGENTERRORS) > 0
BEGIN
DECLARE
@Run_Date varchar(12),
@Run_Time varchar(12),
@SQLAGENTJOBNAME varchar(200),
@step_id varchar(12),
@step_name varchar(200),
@sql_message_id varchar(12),
@sql_severity varchar(12),
@message varchar(500),
@run_status varchar(12),
@run_duration varchar(12),
@retries_attempted varchar(12),
@server varchar(25),
@id int,
@maxID int

SELECT
@id = 1,
@maxID = MAX(ID)
FROM
#SQLAGENTERRORS
SELECT
*
FROM
#SQLAGENTERRORS
WHILE @id <= @maxID
BEGIN
SELECT
@Run_Date = RTRIM(SUBSTRING(CONVERT(varchar(8), [run_date]), 1, 4) + '-'
+ SUBSTRING(CONVERT(varchar(8), [run_date]), 5, 2) + '-'
+ SUBSTRING(CONVERT(varchar(8), [run_date]), 7, 2)),
@Run_Time = CASE WHEN LEN([run_time]) = 5
THEN RTRIM('0' + SUBSTRING(CONVERT(varchar(10), [run_time]), 1, 1) + ':'
+ SUBSTRING(CONVERT(varchar(10), [run_time]), 2, 2) + ':'
+ SUBSTRING(CONVERT(varchar(10), [run_time]), 4, 2))
ELSE RTRIM(SUBSTRING(CONVERT(varchar(10), [run_time]), 1, 2) + ':'
+ SUBSTRING(CONVERT(varchar(10), [run_time]), 3, 2) + ':'
+ SUBSTRING(CONVERT(varchar(10), [run_time]), 5, 2))
END,
@SQLAGENTJOBNAME = RTRIM([SQL AGENT JOB NAME]),
@step_id = RTRIM([step_id]),
@step_name = RTRIM([step_name]),
@sql_message_id = RTRIM([sql_message_id]),
@sql_severity = RTRIM([sql_severity]),
@message = RTRIM([message]),
@run_status = RTRIM([run_status]),
@run_duration = RTRIM([run_duration]),
@retries_attempted = RTRIM([retries_attempted]),
@server = RTRIM([server])
FROM
#SQLAGENTERRORS
WHERE
id = @id

SELECT
@body = @body + 'ERROR #' + RTRIM(CONVERT(varchar(10), @id)) + ' - ' + @SQLAGENTJOBNAME
+ ' on ' + @server + '

RUN DATE: ' + @Run_Date + ' Run Time: ' + @Run_Time + '
=======================================
Step: ' + @step_id + ' - ' + @step_name + '


'

SET @id = @id + 1

END
EXEC msdb..sp_send_dbmail @recipients = @notifyEmailGroup, @subject = @subject, @body = @body


END
END

DROP TABLE #SQLAGENTERRORS



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Posted Tuesday, December 11, 2012 3:06 AM
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Thanks for the reply. Its working fine.
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