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Ludovic.Besancon
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Hi,

I run, now, my jobs with steps written in powershell.
I would like to get informations about the current job, the current step, I am running.

I read some topics about token (like $(ESCAPE_NONEJOBID))) but don't succeed to use it in a powershell step.
Is'nt exist more recent method ?
Is there some initialized variables like $host or $myinvocation where I can find these informations ?

Thank you for your help
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Finally I use 2 tokens.
But I'm not sure it is the best solution.

$myRes = Invoke-Sqlcmd -Query "Select job_id, name From msdb.dbo.sysjobs Where job_id = Convert(Uniqueidentifier,$(ESCAPE_NONE(JOBID)))"
$myJobName = $myRes.name
$myRes = Invoke-Sqlcmd -Query "Select job_id, step_id, step_name From msdb.dbo.sysjobsteps Where job_id = Convert(Uniqueidentifier,$(ESCAPE_NONE(JOBID))) and step_id = $(ESCAPE_NONE(STEPID))"
$myStepName = $myRes.step_name




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Thank you for the feedback.

Sharing your experiences and fixes will always help others.

I just wonder about the moment a job records it is executing a next step into sysjobhistory.
Will it only record when it receives events for it or at completion time.

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