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Job Running time/Interval precentage


Job Running time/Interval precentage

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tomer-726174
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Comments posted to this topic are about the item Job Running time/Interval precentage

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This stored procedure works on SQL 2005, but fails on SQL 2000. ...Alex Lam
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what is the error u receive please?

do u have jobs enabled under your server?

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Nice script but it is limited in what it reports.

1) Does not work in SQL Server 2000 because sp_help_jobschedule returns less columns in 2000
2) Does not support multiple Job schedules such as onetimes
3) Only list jobs that are scheduled to run multiple times a day

It is a very nice script to review the runtime of Jobs scheduled to run multiple times day on SQL Server 2005

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Thanks for the script.
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