SQL Server

I have a job that runs every friday evening after hours. Actually its a database maintenance plan.     owner is ustc.     category is database maintenance.     but this job fails every week. please help me to solve this.
/SQL "Maintenance Plans\ Maintenance Plan" /SERVER "tra-done-sql-04"  /MAXCONCURRENT " -1 " /CHECKPOINTING OFF /SET "\Package\Subplan_1.Disable";false /REPORTING E

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aatishpatelAsked:
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chapmandewCommented:
does it give you a reason why it fails?
WizillingCommented:
Right click the job and select "Ciew history"
you might need to expand the + sign to go into the detail of the steps .
check for error messages there .
WizillingCommented:
I am sorry - the above suggestion should be "View History " and not Clew :)

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aatishpatelAuthor Commented:
no problem dude, but atleast got some hint . thanx
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Microsoft SQL Server 2005

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