sp_manage_jobs_by_login (Transact-SQL)


Deletes or reassigns jobs that belong to the specified login.

Applies to: SQL Server (SQL Server 2008 through current version).

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     [ @action = ] 'action'  
     [, [@current_owner_login_name = ] 'current_owner_login_name']  
     [, [@new_owner_login_name = ] 'new_owner_login_name']  

[ @action= ] 'action'
The action to take for the specified login. action is varchar(10), with no default. When actionis DELETE, sp_manage_jobs_by_login deletes all jobs owned by current_owner_login_name. When action is REASSIGN, all jobs are assigned to new_owner_login_name.

[ @current_owner_login_name= ] 'current_owner_login_name'
The login name of the current job owner. current_owner_login_name is sysname, with no default.

[ @new_owner_login_name= ] 'new_owner_login_name'
The login name of the new job owner. Use this parameter only if action is REASSIGN. new_owner_login_name is sysname, with a default of NULL.

0 (success) or 1 (failure)


To run this stored procedure, users must be granted the sysadmin fixed server role.

The following example reassigns all jobs from danw to françoisa.

USE msdb ;  
EXEC dbo.sp_manage_jobs_by_login  
    @action = N'REASSIGN',  
    @current_owner_login_name = N'danw',  
    @new_owner_login_name = N'françoisa' ;  

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