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neves
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Posted - 09/17/2014 :  11:53:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
ClearTrace docs says:
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It only processes RPC:Completed and SQL:BatchCompleted events.


But I've found in this blog post that it also can records statement level commands:

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The latest release of ClearTrace (Build 38) now shows the execution history of a particular statement. You’ll need to save the trace files to a trace group instead of just using the default. That’s as easy as typing something into the trace group name when you upload the trace. I usually put the server name in this field. Build 38 also re-enables support for statement level events. If your trace includes RPC:StmtCompleted or SQL:StmtCompleted


The documentation should say that it can also process statement level traces, and warn about the downsides (big log file).
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