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Show when all jobs were running

By Stephen Leach,

This script returns a result set showing which jobs were running at what point during a given day.

One column is returned for each Job, and one row for each discrete portion of the day (configured by @TimeGranuality). A value of 1 indicates that the job was running at that point in time, 0 otherwise.

Particularly useful for scheduling jobs so that they do not clash with each other. Pasting the results into Excel and applying a bit of conditional formatting gives a nice graphical display.

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