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Track Running SQL Server Jobs

Submitted on: 1/1/2015 3:12:00 PM
By: Chris Kesler (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 6 Users
Compatibility: VB.NET
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     ***UPDATED 01/22/2003*** This is the same as my VB6 program only it's been adjusted to compile in the .NET environment. It does as stated below. To retrieve a list of jobs on a given SQL Server (7.0 or 2000) and track it's progress through it's numerous jobsteps. This is typically a nice little app to have if you have many jobs that run throughout the day and you want to see if one of those steps has hung up. To make this app truly useful I added a monitoring timer that refreshes every ten seconds or so. The Restart Jobs button is not activated at this time, but the coding should be a snap someone wanting the ability to stop and start jobs from this application. This application is in it's infancy at this moment since I've been working on it for only a couple of days, but is useful even now as far as I'm concerned. Please vote if you like it...

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