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No Corresponding SQL Job. Job is deleted in SQLAgent

Hi, Experts.

What does this message mean?

It is in the portal's backup log, using tcode db13 and action "User Database Backup", with type "Full" and "Init Tape". The job is scheduled to run once a week.

Sap is on SQL Server 2005.

Tranks a lot.

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 07:58 AM

    Hello,

    every DB13 job is related to a SQL Server Agent job. When you delete the job from the SQL Agent via the SQL Dev. Studio you'll get a message like this when the job tries to run from the DB13.

    The solution is to delete the DB13 job and recreate it with the same settings. During the creation the SQL Agent will get recreated as well.

    Regards

    Clas

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    • Think of expiration period is equivalent to the expiration date you see on a medicine you get from pharmacy. i.e. the file stays the same but you cannot restore the file after the expiration period. You will get an error when you try to restore an expired backup. So irrespective of the expiration date DB13 appends the data to the same file.

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    Posted on Apr 08, 2008 at 03:51 PM

    Need to recreate the device and check the correct options as described by the experts.

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