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Job_ID to Job_Name

I have a blocking alert in place that sends me the following data regarding the blocker if the blocker is a job.

SQLAgent – TSQL JobStep (Job 0xECBCC3DD8EE8E8458CF19641D0EA2EB4 : Step 1)

I also include the command executed by the step and some addition details like database, all useful information. What about drilling into the job specifics?  Below is a piece of sql code that will resolve the job name, and job step details for a specific active job or all currently running jobs by job_id. This makes tracking down the job step specifics easier.

 

SELECT
‘SQLAgent – TSQL JobStep (Job 0x’+
CONVERT(char(32),CAST(j.job_id AS binary(16)),2) +
‘ : Step ‘ +
CAST(js.step_id AS VARCHAR(3)) +
‘)’, j.job_id, j.name, js.step_name, js.database_name, js.command
FROM msdb.dbo.sysjobs AS j
INNER JOIN msdb.dbo.sysjobsteps AS js ON j.job_id = js.job_id
Where CONVERT(char(32),CAST(j.job_id AS binary(16)),2) like ‘EC%’

 

Use without the where clause to get all active job steps

Use with the like to narrow the scope of jobs: Where CONVERT(char(32),CAST(j.job_id AS binary(16)),2) like ‘EC%’

Use = and take the 32 characters after the 0x to get the active steps for a specific job: Where CONVERT(char(32),CAST(j.job_id AS binary(16)),2) = ‘ECBCC3DD8EE8E8458CF19641D0EA2EB4′

As with any script you get off the internet please review for appropriateness in your environment. NJOY and I hope this sample code is useful.

 

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