SQL Trace: Back again, and better than ever

By Bill Graziano on 31 July 2000 | 0 Comments | Tags: Tools, Profiler & Trace


This article describes some of the new features in SQL Server 2000. It primarily covers SQL Trace which was called Profiler in SQL Server 7.0. Profiler/SQL Trace let's you watch each SQL statement that a server recieves. It's a great tool for debugging since you can see what statements your application generates without making any changes to the client. Follow the link to SQL Trace: Back again, and better than ever...

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