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Tracking Job Info from AutoEmail


Tracking Job Info from AutoEmail

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Brandie Tarvin
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I'm trying to track down the job_id for a job that sent an auto-email alert to us this morning. The information I have is:


The host SERVERNAME has logged in with the functional login 'sa' using SQLAgent - TSQL JobStep (Job 0x3FF647C915B5604EAAAEBB0385D81250 : Step 1).


The number doesn't equate to a UNIQUEIDENTIFIER or any Job_ID in sysjobs. Does anyone have advice on how I can make the connection?

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Apparently the answer is not to use quotes around the hex and to treat this as the job_id.


SELECT * FROM msdb.dbo.sysjobs
WHERE Job_ID = 0x3FF647C915B5604EAAAEBB0385D81250;



SQL Server does the auto translate without needing any additional functions or definitions.

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