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Failed Scheduled Job

Failed Scheduled Job

Failed Scheduled Job

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I have dozens of jobs that run overnight to pull back data from a few separate databases.

They have been running for a few years, with very little trouble at all.  They always succeed.

Now suddenly, last night one of the jobs failed.  Only one job.  How can this suddenly happen?  I ran the DTS package manually and it worked fine.

The error message just says
"The job failed.  The Job was invoked by Schedule 50 (Auto_Daily_Table_Backups).  The last step to run was step 1 (Auto_Daily_Table_Backups)."

RE: Failed Scheduled Job

To see what caused the failure you would to have needed to have enabled logging within the DTS package which is disabled by default.

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