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how to find fail log of stored procedure in x database in sql server


how to find fail log of stored procedure in x database in sql server

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Hi DBA Team,
I have an issue in sql server like., how to find the stored procedure fail logs in sql server.
And it is related to sql server dba's only, please find the root cause of this issue and let me know..ping me the staus guys.........
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depends on what you mean by "stored procedure fail logs"

do you mean when an error occurs in a stored procedure? doesn't exist unless you've created a server side trace capturing errors. there is no way to find info prior to the creation of that trace, if you were to create it now.

if you mean which procedure do not compile all of the sudden, i can point you to a script that finds invalid objects, where a table or column might have gotton dropped or changed, and the proces/views/etc were not updated to match.

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thanq share ur fb id
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skn726 (2/22/2013)
thanq share ur fb id

I'm one of those guys that think facebook /twitter /myspace/linked in/etc are either time wasters or non-professional, so i choose not to participate in any of them, sorry.

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