In this recipe, we will demonstrate how to schedule a SQL Server Job using PowerShell and SMO.
In this recipe, we assume you have a job called
Test Job in your development environment that you can run. This was created in the Creating a SQL Server Job recipe. If you do not have this job, pick another job in your system that you can use.
We will schedule this job to run every weekend night at 10 P.M.
Let's look at the steps to schedule a SQL Server Job using PowerShell:
#import SQL Server module Import-Module SQLPS -DisableNameChecking #replace this with your instance name $instanceName = "localhost" ...