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Using traces in SQL Server 2008 without the Profiler | SQL courses

The video uses examples to explain how to create two stored procedure that start and stop a trace via T-SQL commands. The commands inside the stored procedures are explained step by step, showing how to use the system stored procedure to create, starts and stop traces.

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Title: Using traces in SQL Server 2008 without the Profiler

Duration:  15:21 min.

Summary: One of the most important tasks that a DBA and a developer should be able to accomplish while using SQL Server is to capture the statements sent to the server in a trace file. The tool used to capture and manage trace files in SQL Server is the SQL Profiler. However, SQL Profiler is not the only way to capture trace files: it is possible to start a trace using only T-SQL commands. This video show two stored procedure that start and stop trace in SQL Server 2008 in order to capture the statements send by a user during a session with SQL Server. The video explain all the commands of the procedures and show how to use them. 

Technologies: SQL Server.

Methodology: The video uses examples to explain how to create two stored procedure that start and stop a trace via T-SQL commands. The commands inside the stored procedures are explained step by step, showing how to use the system stored procedure to create, starts and stop traces. 

Built Examples: The video show how to create two stored procedure that start and stop traces. Also, the video show a example of how to use them to catpure a trace.

Keywords: SQL Server, Trace, Profiler.



Mauro Pichiliani has the Master of Science degree on collaborative systems by the Aeronatics Institute of Technology (ITA) in Brazil. He is a specialist on database technologies with more than 8 years of experience on the industry...

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