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How to raise an email alert if job or step within job fails

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Hi,
I have number of SQL agent jobs. Certain jobs have more than 10 steps within them.

I wish to have an email ALERT raised when step/job fails with full error details embedded within alert email.

What configuration do I need at attached options?

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Question by:crazywolf2010
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by:Surendra Nath
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choose alerts from the menu

And then click on the new button, that will guide you to create a new alert...
Within that in the options you can tick on the e-mail option.
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