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Theo Ekelmans
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Nice job, Theo, it seems a timesaving activity, so I'm trying it out on a development machine.

For the moment I'd only suggest to modify the CreateServerInfoDbAndTables.sql file, inserting a
USE [ServerInfo]
statement just before creating the tables, or you'll end up messing with the master database.

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Alberto Turelli - Monday, July 3, 2017 2:05 AM
Nice job, Theo, it seems a timesaving activity, so I'm trying it out on a development machine.

For the moment I'd only suggest to modify the CreateServerInfoDbAndTables.sql file, inserting a
USE [ServerInfo]
statement just before creating the tables, or you'll end up messing with the master database.

Good point. Adding it now Smile

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Nice job Theo;
I had created a procedure to check the current patch version,all available patch version, and the suggested Service pack version, but it used an internally contained CTE full of static values from the last time I downloaded and formatted that information.
If I can twist my proc around to use your table, I'll post it so you can add it to your solution.

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Thanks Lowell Smile

I'd like to see what you come up with.
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Nice project. But I'm not getting anything in the @html variable, the html file is empty. It can reach the site and I've tried another path without spaces with same result and changing the link and still nothing.
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christoffersen366 - Wednesday, July 5, 2017 8:16 AM
Nice project. But I'm not getting anything in the @html variable, the html file is empty. It can reach the site and I've tried another path without spaces with same result and changing the link and still nothing.

I had that at first too. Is your wget set up properly? you need 3 files for it to work properly: the wget.exe and 2 dll's.

I have this working in one of our test instances and am now building up a stored procedure that goes out and queries all of the other servers to see what version they are on and then builds up a result to indicate if I am behind or not.
On the test systems, most of mine are a little bit behind, but not terrible.

Thanks a bunch for the script!

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christoffersen366 - Wednesday, July 5, 2017 8:16 AM
Nice project. But I'm not getting anything in the @html variable, the html file is empty. It can reach the site and I've tried another path without spaces with same result and changing the link and still nothing.

You could try to execute WGET in a comd windows first to check if that step is working

Maybe some firewall is blocking you? Smile

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I'm thinking of adding a second HTML scraper, and add the SQL EOL date columns.

Usefull ? Not Usefull?

What do you guys think ?
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Has anyone found the equivalent tool for Windows patches?
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