Alert when the Scheduled job state is changed | SansSQL

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Alert when the Scheduled job state is changed

When you create this trigger on the sysjobs table of msdb, it will send out an email alert whenever someone changes the state of the job from Enabled to Disabled or from Disabled state to Enabled.
For setting up database mail option and to use sp_send_dbmail, refer to my earlier post "Configuring Database Mail"

USE msdb
GO
CREATE Trigger tr_AuditJobEnable
ON sysjobs  
FOR UPDATE 
AS
DECLARE @UserName VARCHAR(50),  
@HostName VARCHAR(50),  
@JobName VARCHAR(100),  
@DeletedJobName VARCHAR(100),  
@Ins_EnabledFlag INT,  
@Del_EnabledFlag INT,  
@Body VARCHAR(200),  
@Subject VARCHAR(200), 
@Servername VARCHAR(50) 

SELECT @UserName = SYSTEM_USER, @HostName = HOST_NAME()  
SELECT @Ins_EnabledFlag = Enabled FROM Inserted  
SELECT @Del_EnabledFlag = Enabled FROM Deleted  
SELECT @JobName = Name FROM Inserted  
SELECT @Servername = @@servername 

IF @Ins_EnabledFlag <> @Del_EnabledFlag  
BEGIN  

  IF @Ins_EnabledFlag = 1  
   BEGIN  
  SET @Body = 'The User "'+@username+'" from "'+@hostname+
   '" ENABLED the Job "'+@jobname+'" on '+CONVERT(VARCHAR(20),GETDATE(),100)  
  SET @Subject = 'SQL Job "'+@jobname+ '" on ' + @Servername+
   ' has been ENABLED at '+CONVERT(VARCHAR(20),GETDATE(),100)  
   END  

  IF @Ins_EnabledFlag = 0  
   BEGIN  
  SET @Body = 'The User "'+@username+'" from "'+@hostname+
   '" DISABLED the Job "'+@jobname+'" on '+CONVERT(VARCHAR(20),GETDATE(),100)  
  SET @Subject = 'SQL Job "'+@jobname+ '" on ' + @Servername+
   ' has been DISABLED at '+CONVERT(VARCHAR(20),GETDATE(),100)   
   END  

-- Send e-Mail 
Exec msdb..sp_send_dbmail
       @profile_name='DBA' -- Change to your Profile
      ,@recipients='segu.sandesh@gmail.com' -- Change Recipients
      ,@Subject=@Subject
      ,@Body=@Body
END

1 comment:

Bhanu.. said...

can u post upgaration & migration procedure...with step by step

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