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SQL 2005 (Trace Template to capture all queries)


SQL 2005 (Trace Template to capture all queries)

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balasach82
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What trace template (Standard, TSQL etc) can be used to capture all the queries in a server/db?
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The Standard Template should get you what you want. Although it is better practice to use a server-side trace for performance purposes.

Which is pretty easy to setup. Quick step is to:
1) Open Profiler
2) Select Standard Template
3) Click Run
4) Immediately Click Stop
5) File > Export > Script Trace Definition > SQL Server 2005...

Save the file and then you can open it up and take out the eventClass(s) that you don't care about. Check here for a list of those: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms175481(SQL.90).aspx

This is a good SQL Tip to creating the trace as well: http://www.mssqltips.com/tip.asp?tip=1035

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If you would like to capture all the actions on the instance refer "C2 Audit Mode Option".

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I had used the std template(with hostname included). When i ran sp_databases, the trace shows it as two records; one record with duration, starttime, endtime,Reads & CPU and another record has NULL for the same. Any idea to interpret it?
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