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(Riga) Can I run a separate job step? Not the whole job?


(Riga) Can I run a separate job step? Not the whole job?

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I have job on SQL Server 2000.
Can I run a separate job step? Not the whole job?



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If you access the job through EM and the agent you shouild be able to open the job, then right click and exeute the step in question.

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If you right-click the job in EM
you have:

New Job
Start Job
Stop Job
Enable Job
View Job History...
Refresh Job
All Tasks >Generate SQl script
Delete
Properties
Help

Where should I go to execute a specific Job Step?



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When you right-click on the job and select 'Start Job', you'll be able to choose the step you want to start, if it's a multi-step job.

Note that the job will start at the step you specify and run any steps after that depending on the on success/failure flow for each step. You can't run just one step without disabling that flow first. For example, if the job has 3 steps and you only want to run the first one, you'd have to disable the on success/failure flow for that step so it wouldn't run steps 2 and 3.

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Thanks. I figured it out.
Is there a T-SQL code to do the same thing?



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sp_start_job
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Yes thats right, You can use Sp_start_job on MSDB database!

eg.)
sp_start_job @job_name='your jobname'



Regards..Vidhya Sagar
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Specifically, it would be

sp_start_job @job_name='your jobname', @step_name = 'your stepname'

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Thank You.... Greg Charles... :-)
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