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alert or trigger on create login


alert or trigger on create login

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hello,

is it possible to have an alert on a create login?
with a trigger, an SQL Alert or ...
Thank you.
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Hi,

Yes you can setup a DDL trigger to fire when a CREATE LOGIN is executed. Have a look here:-

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/f44e5340-1d18-40e9-828e-0ffcca091ae3

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thank you Andrew,

I had looked but I hadn't seen the event "CREATE_LOGIN" !!!
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you can get that info from the default trace (if it is running)

to be alerted would require you to set up an agent job that parsed the default trace at a set interval looking for new values in TargetLoginName


declare @mytrclocal sql_variant
set @mytrclocal = (SELECT value FROM sys.fn_trace_getinfo(NULL) WHERE property= 2)

select * from fn_trace_gettable(convert(varchar(500),@mytrclocal), default)
where TargetLoginName is not NULL


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