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.
Generate an HTML page with the timeline of your SQL jobs using Google graph and sp_send_dbmail
Query to find the Job Output file location at each job step.
This helps if you want to find out the location of each output file of jobs to find out whether those are going to the right location.
this is a powershell script that can start a job at a defined step name (default will be step 1), on a network instance either on a network on locally.
Sometimes we have a T-SQL process that we need to run that takes some time to run or we want to run it during idle time on the server. We could create a SQL Agent job manually, but is there any simple way to create a scheduled job?