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SQL 2005 Alerts and WMI and OS Application log


SQL 2005 Alerts and WMI and OS Application log

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Bjørn Henriksen Hartz
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Is it possible to have SQL 2005 Alert to check the Windows Application log for a certian entry and when that's ocur then it must fire and send an alert.

Please help

Thanks in advance
Tommy Bollhofer
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You should be able to do this via WMI - see BOL for example -

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186385(SQL.90).aspx

Tommy

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