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Practical Maintenance Plans in SQL Server: Automation for the DBA by Bradley Beard

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© Bradley Beard 2016

Bradley Beard, Practical Maintenance Plans in SQL Server, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1895-2_13

13. Tying It All Together

Bradley Beard

(1)Palm Bay, Florida, USA

At this point, we’ve been through each of the specific tasks to create a maintenance plan for each task. We’ve followed practical examples to lead us to the culmination of this book, which is to have you, the user, create your very own maintenance plan. From here on, we move from theory to application; we’re going to apply what we know.

Checking Your Environment

If you’ve followed along, you’ve probably gotten quite a few test e-mails in your inbox. Go ahead and delete those since you don’t need them anymore.

Figure 13-1 shows the jobs listed in SQL Server Agent .

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