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some clarification needed on sql2005 job scheduling

Posted on 2011-03-16
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I have the job as below, it has job frequency once at  12:30 am, so when I set the end date, what will happen on my last day of job ?
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by:Raja Jegan R
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On 30th of April, the job would be run by 12:30 am ie., 00:30 am as the last run
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by:motioneye
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Hi,
when we say it will stop at 30th-april, is that mean end at  30th-april 23:59:59 or 30th-april 00:00:00
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Or in other words, the job will be triggered last on 30th-april 00:00:30
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