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Is it possible to configure SQL Server Agent to automatically restart a job if it fails?

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Is it possible to configure SQL Server Agent to automatically restart a job if it fails?

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You can use retry attempts from the advance option on the job window for On failure.Also you can mention the timeinterval after which the job will kick start again.
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