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Posted Wednesday, February 6, 2013 4:10 AM
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is there any way i can find out , from which machine changes been done on particular database ( suppose databasename abc)
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could check the default trace, depending on how active the server is

other than that if you dont do custom auditing your out of luck




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If you're talking data changes there's no automatic auditing within SQL Server by default. You can look to extended events as a mechanism to see all data changes by capturing sql batch and rpc completion. This works without modifying the database. If you can/want to modify the database then you can use change data capture.

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