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HI Expertz

Can anyone please tell me how to create an alert (send mail) when a new database is created and also for Backup and Restore operations in your server.

Tanx :-D
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You can create an SP using xp_sendmail .Finally create a job that executes daily before you come to office and send you the mail .In xp_sendmail you can use the query :

select * from sys.databases where datediff(day,create_date ,getdate()) <=1


For backups you can configure alerts or just add the same step mentioned above with message "backup on server XXXX failed" as a step in case the backup fails in the job .

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Is this possible in express edition.

Tanx :-D
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I have never tried creating the database mail profiles and accounts through Express .But for jobs you need SQL Agent .
Normal Express does nto have express agent with it .

you need to install advanced tools for SQL Express .After that it should work .I am confident that database mail is suported in Express as well ..

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Database Mail is not supported in the Express Edition, nor is SQL Server Agent.

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As per this MSDN , yes its not supported .
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms165636(SQL.90).aspx

But there is a tweak Smile
Copy DatabaseMail90.exe, DatabaseMailEngine.dll and DatabaseMailProtocols.dll into the MSSQL\Binn directory and execute below mentioned system SPs (in MSDB context)
dbo.sysmail_start_sp
dbo.sysmail_stop_sp

You are done .Actually these 3 files you need to copy from ENT edition or STD edition.

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hi_abhay78 (7/6/2009)
As per this MSDN , yes its not supported .
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms165636(SQL.90).aspx

But there is a tweak Smile
Copy DatabaseMail90.exe, DatabaseMailEngine.dll and DatabaseMailProtocols.dll into the MSSQL\Binn directory and execute below mentioned system SPs (in MSDB context)
dbo.sysmail_start_sp
dbo.sysmail_stop_sp

You are done .Actually these 3 files you need to copy from ENT edition or STD edition.

Regards


And probably not legal either unless those files are part of a redistibutable package. Which means if you have any problems you won't get any support from Microsoft.

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Have you looked at DDL triggers? As far as I know, you can create a trigger that will fire when a DDL event (such as creation of a database) occurs, and have that trigger send the e-mail. That way, you get your notification immediately and don't have to wait until the next morning.

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only Thing about using triggers, is the fact you can take a hit on the performance. It just depends on the Transaction you are monitoring, something like creating new databases should not happen to often so it may not be a major issue. You might consider using SCOM, SQL DM, or any of the SQL monitoring tools. :-)
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John Mitchell-245523 (7/9/2009)
Have you looked at DDL triggers? As far as I know, you can create a trigger that will fire when a DDL event (such as creation of a database) occurs, and have that trigger send the e-mail. That way, you get your notification immediately and don't have to wait until the next morning.

John


This could be a very late reply.

Sending e-mails from DDL Triggers (or for that reason any trigger) could give some misleading error messages like incorrect "mail profile names" or "Databasemail XP warnings" when creating a new database/table.
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