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Hi Experts, does anyone know if its possible to use a SQL trigger to start a Windows Schedules task. Examples or ideas welcome. I simply want to start a scheduled task when an insert is done in a table.
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why would you want to start a windows schedules task?you could create a sql server job, and start that on (sp_start_job) ...
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Reason: A third party wrote a program for us in JAVA and this is scheduled to run every 10 minutes. Unfortunately the process takes resources whether there are records in the database to process or not. The JAVA runset is run from a batch file that it a scheduled task. If I could get either my ASP.NET program to start the batch file/scheduled task ad-hoc that would save time and resources
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you can run java application from sql agent jobs also ...
you define a command line call to the application just as needed (aka a .bat file that does all what is needed)...
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So I create a SQL job that runs a batch file. I then create a trigger that runs the SQL job?
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yes. as posted in the first post, you can use the sp_start_job procedure to start such a job
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