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Profiler trace event to capture referenced tables


Profiler trace event to capture referenced tables

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Hi All
if I run a query like this on database A:
select * from databaseB.dbo.Table1
and if I run a trace with filter on database DatabaseB, and I select the StmtComplete event, then any hits to DatabaseB are not captured by trace.
How can I capture the hits on DatabaseB by keeping the same filter?
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Assuming you're running on 2008 since this is a forum for that, I don't recommend trace. Instead, use extended events. The events to capture queries against the database are rpc_completed and batch_completed. Trying to capture statement completed events is a very expensive operation (there can be lots and lots of statements) which you should only do in a very highly filtered manner.

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I run into this problem often. Databasename filter is based on the database name specified in the connection Initial Catalog. Maybe you can use a host name or application name filter instead if you want to capture specific application queries.

I am still not using extended events, but I also read that this is the way to go if your using SQL 2008 or above.

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