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Do you have the same for SQL2005?
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Posted Wednesday, May 06, 2009 8:49 AM
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Same SQL statement Mike wrote but adapted to SQL Server 2005 and also displaying subday frequencies for those jobs that run multiples times a day.

/*******************************************************************************

Name: GetJobSchedule (For SQL Server7.0&2000)

Author: M.Pearson
Creation Date: 5 Jun 2002
Version: 1.0


Program Overview: This queries the sysjobs, sysjobschedules and sysjobhistory table to
produce a resultset showing the jobs on a server plus their schedules
(if applicable) and the maximun duration of the job.

The UNION join is to cater for jobs that have been scheduled but not yet
run, as this information is stored in the 'active_start...' fields of the
sysjobschedules table, whereas if the job has already run the schedule
information is stored in the 'next_run...' fields of the sysjobschedules table.


Modification History:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Version Date Name Modification
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1.0 5 Jun 2002 M.Pearson Inital Creation
1.1 6 May 2009 A. Gonzalez Adapted to SQL Server 2005 and to show
subday frequencies.

*******************************************************************************/


USE msdb
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SELECT dbo.sysjobs.Name AS 'Job Name',
'Job Enabled' = CASE dbo.sysjobs.Enabled
WHEN 1 THEN 'Yes'
WHEN 0 THEN 'No'
END,
'Frequency' = CASE dbo.sysschedules.freq_type
WHEN 1 THEN 'Once'
WHEN 4 THEN 'Daily'
WHEN 8 THEN 'Weekly'
WHEN 16 THEN 'Monthly'
WHEN 32 THEN 'Monthly relative'
WHEN 64 THEN 'When SQLServer Agent starts'
END,
'Start Date' = CASE active_start_date
WHEN 0 THEN null
ELSE
substring(convert(varchar(15),active_start_date),1,4) + '/' +
substring(convert(varchar(15),active_start_date),5,2) + '/' +
substring(convert(varchar(15),active_start_date),7,2)
END,
'Start Time' = CASE len(active_start_time)
WHEN 1 THEN cast('00:00:0' + right(active_start_time,2) as char(8))
WHEN 2 THEN cast('00:00:' + right(active_start_time,2) as char(8))
WHEN 3 THEN cast('00:0'
+ Left(right(active_start_time,3),1)
+':' + right(active_start_time,2) as char (8))
WHEN 4 THEN cast('00:'
+ Left(right(active_start_time,4),2)
+':' + right(active_start_time,2) as char (8))
WHEN 5 THEN cast('0'
+ Left(right(active_start_time,5),1)
+':' + Left(right(active_start_time,4),2)
+':' + right(active_start_time,2) as char (8))
WHEN 6 THEN cast(Left(right(active_start_time,6),2)
+':' + Left(right(active_start_time,4),2)
+':' + right(active_start_time,2) as char (8))
END,
-- active_start_time as 'Start Time',
CASE len(run_duration)
WHEN 1 THEN cast('00:00:0'
+ cast(run_duration as char) as char (8))
WHEN 2 THEN cast('00:00:'
+ cast(run_duration as char) as char (8))
WHEN 3 THEN cast('00:0'
+ Left(right(run_duration,3),1)
+':' + right(run_duration,2) as char (8))
WHEN 4 THEN cast('00:'
+ Left(right(run_duration,4),2)
+':' + right(run_duration,2) as char (8))
WHEN 5 THEN cast('0'
+ Left(right(run_duration,5),1)
+':' + Left(right(run_duration,4),2)
+':' + right(run_duration,2) as char (8))
WHEN 6 THEN cast(Left(right(run_duration,6),2)
+':' + Left(right(run_duration,4),2)
+':' + right(run_duration,2) as char (8))
END as 'Max Duration',
CASE(dbo.sysschedules.freq_subday_interval)
WHEN 0 THEN 'Once'
ELSE cast('Every '
+ right(dbo.sysschedules.freq_subday_interval,2)
+ ' '
+ CASE(dbo.sysschedules.freq_subday_type)
WHEN 1 THEN 'Once'
WHEN 4 THEN 'Minutes'
WHEN 8 THEN 'Hours'
END as char(16))
END as 'Subday Frequency'
FROM dbo.sysjobs
LEFT OUTER JOIN dbo.sysjobschedules
ON dbo.sysjobs.job_id = dbo.sysjobschedules.job_id
INNER JOIN dbo.sysschedules ON dbo.sysjobschedules.schedule_id = dbo.sysschedules.schedule_id
LEFT OUTER JOIN (SELECT job_id, max(run_duration) AS run_duration
FROM dbo.sysjobhistory
GROUP BY job_id) Q1
ON dbo.sysjobs.job_id = Q1.job_id
WHERE Next_run_time = 0

UNION

SELECT dbo.sysjobs.Name AS 'Job Name',
'Job Enabled' = CASE dbo.sysjobs.Enabled
WHEN 1 THEN 'Yes'
WHEN 0 THEN 'No'
END,
'Frequency' = CASE dbo.sysschedules.freq_type
WHEN 1 THEN 'Once'
WHEN 4 THEN 'Daily'
WHEN 8 THEN 'Weekly'
WHEN 16 THEN 'Monthly'
WHEN 32 THEN 'Monthly relative'
WHEN 64 THEN 'When SQLServer Agent starts'
END,
'Start Date' = CASE next_run_date
WHEN 0 THEN null
ELSE
substring(convert(varchar(15),next_run_date),1,4) + '/' +
substring(convert(varchar(15),next_run_date),5,2) + '/' +
substring(convert(varchar(15),next_run_date),7,2)
END,
'Start Time' = CASE len(next_run_time)
WHEN 1 THEN cast('00:00:0' + right(next_run_time,2) as char(8))
WHEN 2 THEN cast('00:00:' + right(next_run_time,2) as char(8))
WHEN 3 THEN cast('00:0'
+ Left(right(next_run_time,3),1)
+':' + right(next_run_time,2) as char (8))
WHEN 4 THEN cast('00:'
+ Left(right(next_run_time,4),2)
+':' + right(next_run_time,2) as char (8))
WHEN 5 THEN cast('0' + Left(right(next_run_time,5),1)
+':' + Left(right(next_run_time,4),2)
+':' + right(next_run_time,2) as char (8))
WHEN 6 THEN cast(Left(right(next_run_time,6),2)
+':' + Left(right(next_run_time,4),2)
+':' + right(next_run_time,2) as char (8))
END,
-- next_run_time as 'Start Time',
CASE len(run_duration)
WHEN 1 THEN cast('00:00:0'
+ cast(run_duration as char) as char (8))
WHEN 2 THEN cast('00:00:'
+ cast(run_duration as char) as char (8))
WHEN 3 THEN cast('00:0'
+ Left(right(run_duration,3),1)
+':' + right(run_duration,2) as char (8))
WHEN 4 THEN cast('00:'
+ Left(right(run_duration,4),2)
+':' + right(run_duration,2) as char (8))
WHEN 5 THEN cast('0'
+ Left(right(run_duration,5),1)
+':' + Left(right(run_duration,4),2)
+':' + right(run_duration,2) as char (8))
WHEN 6 THEN cast(Left(right(run_duration,6),2)
+':' + Left(right(run_duration,4),2)
+':' + right(run_duration,2) as char (8))
END as 'Max Duration',
CASE(dbo.sysschedules.freq_subday_interval)
WHEN 0 THEN 'Once'
ELSE cast('Every '
+ right(dbo.sysschedules.freq_subday_interval,2)
+ ' '
+ CASE(dbo.sysschedules.freq_subday_type)
WHEN 1 THEN 'Once'
WHEN 4 THEN 'Minutes'
WHEN 8 THEN 'Hours'
END as char(16))
END as 'Subday Frequency'
FROM dbo.sysjobs
LEFT OUTER JOIN dbo.sysjobschedules ON dbo.sysjobs.job_id = dbo.sysjobschedules.job_id
INNER JOIN dbo.sysschedules ON dbo.sysjobschedules.schedule_id = dbo.sysschedules.schedule_id
LEFT OUTER JOIN (SELECT job_id, max(run_duration) AS run_duration
FROM dbo.sysjobhistory
GROUP BY job_id) Q1
ON dbo.sysjobs.job_id = Q1.job_id
WHERE Next_run_time <> 0

ORDER BY [Start Date],[Start Time]

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