The other day I was asked How to notify multiple operators using database mail for failed jobs and a different operators for successes.
First I looked at the operator email addresses field email@example.com;firstname.lastname@example.org….etc is not helping as there is a limit on the characters in the email name entry of operator and we still have the problem we need different groups for success and failures.
So this is what I came up with as a workaround if the intention is that multiple people in your organization should be notified if a job fails and a different group of multiple people for successes.
You will notice the Steps 1-3 are the normal tasks that the schedule job is uses for as you would do for your task. There can as many steps as needed before these but the last step (Step 3) of the process need to break “On Success” and “On Failure” to go into separate emails. Also all “On Failures” need to continue to your “Failure Email” as highlighted below. So the Failure group gets there emails and the job will still fail for the historical records.
You will see the option to change the direction of the “On success action” and “On Failure action” in the Advanced tab of the Job steps.
Failure Email Step -General Property
Failure Email Step -Advance Property
Success Email Step -General Property
Success Email Step -Advance Property
I hope this helps. Happy Coding. Have FUN!
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This week I’m going to be looking for differences in the two products at PASS Business Analytics. First initial look is one is cloud and one is on prem. Fiserv’s Bank Intelligence – bank/ credit union solution team has been on the search for a product to give our home grow BI product a face left. We have looked at Tableau, QlikSense, Cognos, Brist. This week @ #passbac I’m going to talking to people and get a real good idea on how PowerBI and Datazen could be a Fiserv solution. Stand by for updates.
I’m loving the additional USB port on the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Power Supply.
Plug your phone or headset into the USB 2.0 port to keep your other devices charged and ready to go at the same time as your Surface Pro 3.
SQL PASS 285 Tech Tattoo on Surface Pro 3
Microsoft Store in Lenox Square Mall in Atlanta
Setting up in August 2014
Back in August 2014 I decided to get a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and mother was in need of a new laptop as well so we went together to investigate at the Microsoft Store in the Lenox Square Mall in Atlanta. Needless to say we pulled the trigger and made the purchases. Thanks Mom! 🙂 We both went with the Surface Pro 3 – 256GB / Intel i5 to get the version with 8GB RAM. I felt like I wanted the extra RAM for SQL Server and I’m glad I did. Over the past months this machine has been my laptop and tablet; I have still been using the iPhone for phone/email. I have added a few links below to help with the over experience be easier for other DBAs. I had no problem the first evening installing Microsoft SSMS 2014 and Visual studio 2012 from my ISO files. I also went ahead and added Red-Gate developer tools and SSMS Tools Pack. The installations went super fast with the SSD onboard. If you are hoping that the Surface is going to satisfy your need for apps; think again. Microsoft is lacking the apps in the marketstore. The big ones are there but I use the IE web for mostly everything and if you can install your everyday software.
At home I had an exisiting KVM IOGear Extreme 4 port KVM which got me the keyboard and mice working right away.
Before SQL PASS Summit 2014 I had to purchase the Plugable UD-3000 Universal Docking Station USB 3.0 to get the NIC and docking station feature for my PreCon on Big Data. In December had a small issue with the Intel drivers and the Plugable 3.0 to resolve check out: Plugable Blog
Surface Pro 3 and Plugable UD-3000 Universal Docking Station USB 3.0
IO Gear KVM and Second Monitor to Surface Pro 3
I also had a small issue with the WiFi not working automatically connecting after I enable the Hyper-V. Hyper-V functionality in Windows 8.1 doesn’t play nice with Surface Pro 3’s Connected Standby. Article: Surface Pro 3 Tip: Hyper-V vs. Connected Standby. So I have some saved batch files to enable and disable WiFi and Hyper-V.
Magnets in this Cover connect with magnets in Surface Pro 3 to add stability when you’re typing on your lap. Like Type Cover 2, this Cover has backlit keys, with keys on the left side of the top row of keys to control keyboard brightness.
SSMS Screenshot from Surface Pro 3
Some useful links I used to make my purchase decision:
The Surface Pro 3 is a very good Windows 8.1 device I would recommend it to any DBA for home and business use. I’m also excited to see it working with Windows 10 Tech Preview.