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Posted Monday, April 11, 2005 7:17 PM
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I've been told by several sources that Imceda is coming out with a couple of tools that will address this. ETA is w/in a month.
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Posted Thursday, April 21, 2005 3:14 PM
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Don't wait for Imceda, it could be a while. It's worth your while to check out ApexSQL Log They have a tool that will audit DDL and data and have great support.

 

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Posted Friday, May 06, 2005 11:57 PM
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Imceda's auditing solutions are now both available for general download.

SQL Watch will alert via SMTP mail whenever a DDL change occurs on a database. It will alert and also report on the old status of the objects as well as the new status.

SQL Forensics will monitor every command sent to SQL Server and tell you who/what/where/when etc...

So if someone executes any statement (even a select statement or failed transaction) you'll be able to see what user, their IP address, application, etc...

Feel free to send me any questions you have: jhall@imceda.com
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Posted Sunday, August 23, 2009 6:42 AM
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Quest Software (previously Imceda) Litespeed now has the Log reader inbuilt in the software. it works very much fine in reading both the online/offline database logs and also the transaction log backup files, and it provides a variety of options.
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