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SQL 2005 Standard Trace Template


SQL 2005 Standard Trace Template

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In SQL 2005 Standard Trace Template, are there any documentation explanining each fields ( for ex: clientprocessid )
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Books Online?

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms175481%28SQL.90%29.aspx

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In Profiler, this is given for clientProcessID: The process id of the application calling sql server. Does this mean, that a particular application, say excel would have the same clientprocessid at that time or is it different?

I could not locate the correct page which explains all the fields.
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balasach82 (7/6/2010)
In Profiler, this is given for clientProcessID: The process id of the application calling sql server. Does this mean, that a particular application, say excel would have the same clientprocessid at that time or is it different?


It's the processID that you see if you open task manager on a client machine. Different every time the application runs.

I could not locate the correct page which explains all the fields.

The link I gave you lists each event that profiler can trace. Each event then lists the columns that event populates and what the values they'll have. I don't think there's a master-list of columns because for some of them their values have different meanings for different events.

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Gail's already pointed you to the best resource, Books Online, but the second best resource on the general topic of Trace, Trace Events and the Profiler is Brad Magehee's book.

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