I was reading the article “Use the database maintenance plan wizard” on SearchSQLServer.com and wanted to ask, why in some cases, a maintenance plan would fail to generate a SQL Server job. I currently have cases where a maintenance plan was saved but jobs were not created at all or, in one instance, only the optimizer job was created. Can you explain what would cause this, and should I be worried the maintenance plan might not run completely if a job does not exist for one of the tasks?
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