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In the past, I have created a stored procedure that was run on a timely basis by (if I remember correctly) a database trigger. As I recall, there was a wizard (dialog box with "NEXT" buttons) that I used to set things up to have the stored procedure run automatically. That was some time ago. Now when I search for database trigger information online, I find only information about -- creating triggers for when a table is updated or modified. Maybe I am using the wrong terminology and what I am looking for is not a "trigger" at all.

What I have tried:

search on google
search on youtube
Updated 31-Mar-22 6:38am
Gerry Schmitz 1-Oct-21 20:09pm

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It is a SQL Server Agent which will run jobs. It is found at the bottom of the MS SQL Server Management Studio.
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