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Nice, easy question, thanks Steve
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Thanks Steve for this question!
As non-native speaker, I found the title of this question is a little bit confusing 🙂.
The topic is about how is disabled job behaviors.
So, maybe instead of 'Disabled Schedules', better title would be 'Disabled Job'
or something like that 🙂
That was an easy one. I admit I had to read it again looking for the trick.
Thanks for this interesting question Steve. I learned a lot from this, especially when I found this old post on the SSC forum and even this request on MS Connect .
Very much depends on the way how you disable a job, see the argument @new_name in sp_update_job (Transact-SQL).
Thanks for the instructive question!
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Hi, Steve! Thanks for yet another interesting question.
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