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Split Function to break the Job History Message into a Table

By Ludwig Guevara,

    @JobMessage varchar(MAX)
SET @JobMessage = ( SELECT TOP 1 CONVERT( varchar(MAX),REPLACE( jh.Message, '--','' ) )
FROM msdb.dbo.sysjobs j
INNER JOIN msdb.dbo.sysjobhistory jh ON j.job_id=jh.job_id
WHERE name LIKE '<SQL Jobs Name>'
AND run_status = 0 AND run_date = CONVERT(varchar, getdate(),112)
AND run_time > REPLACE( CONVERT(varchar, DATEADD( n, -80, getdate() ),108), ':','') )
SELECT TOP 1 items
FROM dbo.[Split_JobErrorMessage] ( @JobMessage, '     ' )
WHERE items LIKE 'Description: SSIS Error Code%'
ORDER BY items asc

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