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SQL Server 2005 - scheduled jobs & SSIS packages

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1. Which tables can I query to get a list  of scheduled jobs (SQL Server 2005 ) ?

2. Which table can I query to find out which SSIS package belongs to which job?

3. Which table can I query to get a list of SSIS packages (under MSDB and File System { Stored packages}) ?
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1. sp_help_job
2. See 1.
3. MSDB: sysssispackages
    File System: N/A
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Is there a way to do it Without sp_help_job?  Another approach?
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>>Is there a way to do it Without sp_help_job?  Another approach?<<
Sure.  Take a look at the sp_help_Job and you should be able to figure out the tables/columns required for a quer.
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