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Executing batches asychronously?


Executing batches asychronously?

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Arun T Jayapal
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Say I have a procedure inside which I have the task of sending out emails...this may be another procedure or a batch of statements. Can I run this separately without my main batch processing not waiting or blocking for this task?
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No. You can only do this by having a job that runs (say every 5 minutes) to send the emails or execute other batch proceses.

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You could use the sp_add_job to create a job which deletes itself after running and then execute it using sp_start_job.



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"Create a job which deletes itself..."???!
Explain.
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The syntax for sp_add_job has a parameter called @delete_level. If you use this you can set the job to delete itself on completion (wether it is successful or not).

You will need to look at sp_add_job,sp_add_jobstep & sp_start_job. (all in msdb)

Quickest and easiest way to work all this out is to run sql profiler filtered by your username and create a job in enterprise manager. It will give you all the code you need. Job explore the options a little more to make sure your getting everything you want.



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Arun,

Has this helped?



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