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How to Restore an Agent Job that was Dropped

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Once upon a time, you had one job, well actually two jobs. The first SQL Server agent job was important, the other was a test. You have decided you do not need the test agent job. Quick right-click on a job name, remove, confirm, done. When you refreshed the list, the test job was still […]

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Job Step Log Output file path

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If you have a requirement to carefully have the output file against each sql agent job step, you can use this script. If incase, there are many sql agent jobs and by any reason if any of the step does not have proper o/p file, this script can automatically create the o/p file.

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