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Stairway to SQL Server Agent: Step 1: Setup and Overview


Stairway to SQL Server Agent: Step 1: Setup and Overview

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david.shink
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I am just seeing this post now (7/15/13). It is a good 1st step to what looks like a very useful staircase. I am an Oracle DBA who has occasionally had to manage SQL Server instances. This post will actually help me in my day to day work. I am looking forward to the rest of this series.

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I'd like to thank the author for such a well organized set of articles. Although I know quite a lot about SQL-Server however finding a good simple tutorial can be sometimes cumbersome. It kind of organizes what I don't know and know all together, especially when one inherits an existing system someone else has setup and there aren't many chances to start a system from scratch.

Richard
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richlion2 - Wednesday, January 10, 2018 8:29 AM
I'd like to thank the author for such a well organized set of articles. Although I know quite a lot about SQL-Server however finding a good simple tutorial can be sometimes cumbersome. It kind of organizes what I don't know and know all together, especially when one inherits an existing system someone else has setup and there aren't many chances to start a system from scratch.

Richard


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