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SQL server 2005 Create Scheduled Job

In SQL server 2005, I have two queries that I need to run as scheduled job with daily refresh.

These are the queries:

DELETE OPENQUERY ([MYLinkedServer], 'select * from Target_tab');

INSERT INTO OPENQUERY([MYLinkedServer], 'select fid, FName from Target_tab')
select TNumber, FName from dbo.Source_tab;

The above queries run well on the SQL server 2005. The target is an Oracle database.

How do I create a scheduled job for these two queries on the SQL server?
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AkAlanCommented:
SQL Server Agent
Right Click on Jobs and select New Job.
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toookiAuthor Commented:
Thank you. I created (tried to create) this procedure:

I get error when I run the CREATE PROCEDURE command:

Msg 262, Level 14, State 1, Procedure MyProc1, Line 14
CREATE PROCEDURE permission denied in database 'myDbname'.

What privileges are needed to create  PROCEDURE and create job?

Where do I find SQL server Agent? (I do not see under Programmability or Security tab)
USE [myDbname]
GO
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO
CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[MyProc1] 
AS

BEGIN

SET NOCOUNT ON;
DELETE OPENQUERY ([MYLinkedServer], 'select * from Target_tab')

INSERT INTO OPENQUERY([MYLinkedServer], 'select fid, FName from Target_tab')
select TNumber, FName from dbo.Source_tab


END
END

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AkAlanCommented:
SQL Server Agent is part of SQL Management Studio. If you don't see it you need to do some research on how to install it. It is what allows you to create scheduled jobs, backups, view event logs and so forth. If you aren't an administrator on the sql server then you need that person to give you permissions to create stored procedures. If you are an administrator but are logged in with a non admin account, you need to give that account permissions.
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toookiAuthor Commented:
Thank you. I am not the administrator of the database. I only have one login to use in that SQL server. And I am using SQL server management studio express.

I will ask the administrator to give me:
1. permissions to create stored procedures.

Do I need any other permission to create scheduled job?
I attached the screen-shot of the SQL server management studio (everything that shows under the database name). Was the the "SQL Server Agent" part supposed to show up here? sql server management studio screen
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AkAlanCommented:
I think you will have to also get permissions to create jobs. Here is a screen shot of what sql agent will look like if you had it.
SqlServerImage.docx
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toookiAuthor Commented:
I found it later. I was using SQL server management studio "Express". The free one does not have the Agent. The licensed one has...
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