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Using PowerShell and SMO to Monitor Team Foundation Server Database Jobs

Using PowerShell and SMO to Monitor Team Foundation Server Database Jobs

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I didn't pay much attention to Windows PowerShell when it was known by its codename,  Monad. Shortly after it received the PowerShell name, I started experimenting with it. Of course, James Manning is moon leaps ahead of me. He created a PowerShell script that uses SQL Server Management Objects (SMO) to monitor the Team Foundation Server database jobs. For more information, see Show the Status of the TFS Jobs on a Database Server.

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