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Copy database wizard and have this as schedule

Posted on 2010-08-19
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I just created copy database job viw copy database wizard, I also have created a schedule for this which the option comes in the wizard itself, upon click nexct and finish. I couldnt found this job/task, so where can I find it ??
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by:Cboudroz
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it's not under SQL server agent job?


Management Studio / object explorer / connect to your server /last icone on the bottom "SQL server Agent" /  job


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rajeshprasath earned 500 total points
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you can able to see the job in destination server's SQL server agent job. It will be in the name of
CDW_ Source Server Name _  Destination Server Name _0

login to destination / target server's sql server, then go to Management Studio / object explorer / Your target Server Name /last icon on the bottom "SQL server Agent" /  job
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CDW_ stands for Copy Database Wizard. So search for jobs start with CDW_ in target / destination server sql server agent.
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