Jobs are not stored in the user database, it is stored in the msdb database. If you wish to copy the exact same jobs from the previous server then, you should think of taking backup of msdb at the previous server and restore them on the new server provided few pre-requisites are met. CDW(Copy database Wizard) can't be used for system database and its applicable for only user database as described on MS site and mentioned:
Limitations and restrictions
The Copy Database Wizard is not available
in the Express edition.
The Copy Database Wizard cannot be used to copy or move databases
Are marked for replication.
Are marked Inaccessible, Loading, Offline, Recovering, Suspect, or in
Have data or log files stored in Microsoft Azure storage.
When using FileTables, you can't use the Copy Database Wizard on the
same server because the wizard uses the same directory name.
A database cannot be moved or copied to an earlier version of SQL
You can read more about SQL jobs at below links:
As far as prerequisite for restoring msdb is concerned, they are listed as below:
Get the version of destination server
Get the version of source server on which the backup was created Match the versions for the source and destination servers
Ensure exclusive access to the database
Copy database has below advantages:
- Pick a source and destination server.
- Select databases to move, copy or upgrade.
- Specify the file location for the databases.
- Create logins on the destination server.
- Copy additional supporting objects, jobs, user-defined stored procedures, and error
- Schedule when to move or copy the databases.
Database backup save the database to a file in the OS file system (like a backup). You then can copy those files and import them whenever and wherever you want.
It seems when database copying was done using CDW, msdb jobs were not chosen and you are having issue of DB backup which was running on previous server on the below screen:
Hope above helps.