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The code is not working -- gives the following error

Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 44
Incorrect syntax near 'end'.
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I'm guessing there is an END missing after the second RECONFIGURE at the top, what I would call line 9.

I get:

Command(s) completed successfully

when I run it.

Dan
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Dear SQL Server Kid --

Please help.

I really liked your article...

Monitor your website or any URL from SQL SERVER


...at this link....

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/scripts/monitor+url+from+sql+server/67271/

...but I cannot seem to get it to set up properly.

Regarding this...

This code should be added as t-sql step of the job and schedule it


...how exactly can one create a "job" in SQL Server 2005 Express?

Is it possible?

I have looked but I see no "Jobs" node in the the Object Explorer in Management Studio Express.

Please help.

Thank you.

-- Mark Kamoski
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Does this process only work if you have dbmail configured? Is there an smtp option?

Dan
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kamoskim,

jobs are under the SQL Server Agent.

I don't know if the SQL server agent is turned on in Express. I think you have to turn it on at the server the first time. I'm not sure

Here is a link that might help:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189237(SQL.90).aspx

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Dan Guzman (6/30/2009) jobs are under the SQL Server Agent.... I don't know if the SQL server agent is turned on in Express....


Dan --

I thought that Sql Agent was required for the sample.

That is sad news for Sql Server 2005 Express users because it does not have Sql Agent, according to this link...

http://searchsqlserver.techtarget.com/tip/1,289483,sid87_gci1082707_mem1,00.html

...where it says this...

Other functions not available in Express include clustering or mirroring, full-text indexing or searching, SQLMail, indexed views, partitioned views and SQL Agent.

...so I think I am out of luck.

Thank you, regardless.

-- Mark Kamoski
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thanks Smile... i m trying to configure it on my sql server enterprise edition now...
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i dont think that the sql server should do this kind of work.
although it's good to know, but there are better way's & tools to do it.
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