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Profiler capturing certain events for performance tuning


Profiler capturing certain events for performance tuning

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Golfer22
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I read that a typical trace to tune the SQL Server's performance is to include SQL:BatchCompleted and RPC:Completed events. Is this true that these are the only two event classes that need to be captured by the profiler for basic tuning?

Wouldn't SQL:BatchCompleted have every event that RPC:Completed would have? I read the definitions on Microsoft's website. My guess is that SQL:BatchCompleted has SQL commands without parameters. RPC:Completed includes SQL commands with parameters exclusively.

Please confirm my understanding that SQL:BatchCompleted would capture the following events if they were executed: SQL Server Agent jobs, triggers and views.
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