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In SSMS, go to SQL Server Agent Click on Jobs Now Click on View->Object Explorer Details You will have a list of all jobs on your right window. This way you can select multiple jobs that you want to script, right click and select "Script Job As" and then the options that you want.


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I resolved the issue - but do not understand it. The system has a View corresponding to each Table. One of the Views was used in my FOR XML PATH view. I substituted the no-permission Table for the View, and it works. The View has Public SELECT permissions. The Table has no named permissions. I think the SQL Server Agent Job should be able to SELECT ...


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If i am getting you right and what i also witnessed when the job did not ran an update code because of the limit of the text size with hold by sql server agent job: Therefore you can try something like limiting the amount of data returned via sql agent job as The default TEXTSIZE for SQL Agent is 512. You can specify the text size as per output you get ...


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You can get this information by the standard reports available in sql server: Make a right click on SQL server agent> Standard reports and select the desired report like job executions "failed ones or the ones taking lot of time" ..Select the report as per you're need: Or, You can use below script to find jobs failed in last 24 hours: -- Variable ...


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I don't think you will really get "all" the job information with one query since jobs can be configured to go to output files. Output files can at times get more information than is reported or written to the msdb tables. However, the view that is found by looking at the job history via SSMS can be pulled with this query to return only failed jobs (e.g. if ...


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The error you are receiving was actually noted in a connect item but Microsoft shows it as closed won't fix. What is missed in this connect item is the fact that the subsystem for SQLPS is set via a registry key. When and what actually sets this I do not know. This registry key is found at the path below and on my local box is set to RemoteSigned. Now I do ...


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I have noticed that SQL-Server uses version 2 of PowerShell even if you are using version 4 on the desktop. Right click the SQL Agent and click start PowerShell and then run $PSVersionTable.PSVersion This will show what version you are running. If you launch PowerShell from the desktop as Administrator and do the same you will see a difference. You can ...


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I have seen such problems when other VS is installed\updated after installing SQL server. Easy step will be to run SQL repair - Steps here. Alternative solution is to install SQL Native client and can be downloaded from here under install instructions. Again, above solution will only solve current error. It will be great if you could share more information ...



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