How to trace incoming SQL statements to SQL Server Database (using SQL Server Profiler)

by Jagadish Pulakhandam on 9/23/2011 10:18:49 AM
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Brief: Demonstrates tracing of all incoming SQL statements (which are going to be executed at SQL Server Database) using SQL Server Profiler.
Posted to: Microsoft SQL Server - Quick Learn ("How to"s for Developers)
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Attached video demonstrates on the following:
  • A sample ASP.NET application communicating to SQL Server database (Northwind)
  • Opening SQL Server Profiler
  • Selecting various events to trace (this depends on necessity)
  • Tracing all incoming SQL statements (to SQL Server database) using SQL Server Profiler
  • Monitoring the trace
  • Clearing, Stopping and Starting SQL Server trace.

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