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SQL jobs

SQL jobs

We have 14 scheduled jobs sitting on server A,. We are planning to move everything to Server B. We have SQL server 2000 on both the servers. Moved all the databases. Could someone tell me is there a way that we can move our jobs to server B from Server A or do I have to rewrite the jobs on Server B. Any help is appreciated! Thanks.

RE: SQL jobs

Well,lalitha1 , it depends on what sort of jobs those are ? (SSAS,SSIS T-SQL code)

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RE: SQL jobs

Right click on the job, and script it out.  Then run the job on the new server.

That or use DTS to move the jobs.  There is a Copy Job object within DTS for just this task.

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