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Stairway to Server-side Tracing - Step 9: Profiler versus Server-Side tracing


Stairway to Server-side Tracing - Step 9: Profiler versus Server-Side tracing

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I'm looking forward to reading this once it is completed. I hope Steve will highlight it when it's actually available.



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It is a good article. I always run profiler or sqldiag locally because of permance concern.



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As well as the performance is that fact that when a 3rd party or the customer themselves is running the trace this can go wrong.
Often we'll get a trace back without all the events we're interested in.
For example it won't include the SQL run by triggers.

Server-side tracing might be a way to ensure the correct events are run by providing the scripts ourselves.
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