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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Why doesn't SQL Server have a form for looking at Jobs?

    Hey,

    Why doesn't SQL Server have a form or window for looking at all the existing jobs? Doens't this bite! I know I can look at the tables, but it is a b!tch to make changes and is slow. Solution?

    Stu

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    If I understand your question properly, there is a form. In Enterprise Manager, open your server, then management, then SQL Server Agent, then Jobs and you're there.

    You'll need to refresh at the SQL Server Agent Level to get updates on job status.

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    ... and it depends on the privilege of the account used to edit the jobs.
    --Satya SKJ
    Microsoft SQL Server MVP
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