A job, work or job, is the basic function of society. More specifically, a working job is an activity, usually routine and performed for pay, and sometimes regularly and frequently done away from home. Most people have at least multiple jobs. In some cases an individual may start out by being an employee, then become a volunteer, start a business, or become a parent.
To get-job -name job is to gain access to a database that provides information regarding all the jobs currently available. This database is run by a program called LMS (Logical Memory Management System) and can be accessed by a computer with an LMS installed on it. To get jobs -name job, a user first has to register under the command with his or her name and ID, and then enter the command.
The command, “PS C”, first gets the LMS host to create a connection first, and then sends the command to connect to the instance ID. Instance ID is a unique numeric value assigned to every computer. The instance ID of the computer here is the value passed in the previous dialog box. The command then sends a Get-job request. In this request, the user must specify the name of the company where he wants to get the work, the pay rate, and the work hours. The name parameter specifies the full name of the company, while the pay rate is the rate specified in the pay table found in the company’s desktop.
The second command gets-job -name job also connects to the instance ID and uses the first parameter to specify the name of the database. The second parameter, not started is used here to avoid getting job notifications in the event that the server is not responding. If the company is not responding, the job does not get started. This way, the user knows about the status of his application without getting stuck in the wait queue. The notstarted parameter tells the user that the job should be started after waiting for 30 seconds.
The third and last parameter for the connect command is the database name. The value here is automatically populated by the MSQL Server. It means, that no extra work has to be done on the users end. The connect and get jobs commands have been simplified.
In the above example, the SQL Server has made it possible for users to get jobs started and receive notifications. Now you know how to get job notifications when you are not running Windows Services. Try the examples and receive success in your next interactive queries.