Server side tracing in SQL Server using system stored procedures

By Bill Graziano on 1 December 2003 | 0 Comments | Tags: Administration


Narayana Vyas Kondreddi submitted "Ever wanted to use the SQL Trace system stored procedures instead of Profiler, but got intimidated by the cryptic system stored procedure calls? Then this article is just for you. It will show you how to use SQL Trace system stored procedures and provide you with wrapper stored procedures, that can be used to quickly get server side traces up and running." Follow the link to Server side tracing in SQL Server using system stored procedures...

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