I know there is SELECT * FROM msdb..sysjobschedules, but that just shows the next time a job is scheduled to run. I want to know how this is all determined and stored. So where does it store the ...
Despite a lot of searching, I can't seem to find a solution to this problem we are having. Our system enables users to submit certain processes to be run in background while they continue working. ...
I have a job in my SQL 2000 server, this job is used to execute a DTS, i want to change the schedule of this job. but every time i try to change of delete or stop this job i get the error message ...