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Trying to create an audit that goes to the application log. With a certain criteria, select, update, delete etc.. where like 'example'-- some criteria

is there any reference out there that could give me some examples?


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Your best bet for something like this would be to use Extended Events. You can capture execution of queries and it has very good filtering so you can just get the ones you want.

By the way, you're posting a SQL Server 2012 question in the SQL Server 2014 forums. In this case the answer is identical between the versions, but in other cases, it might not be. I'd suggest trying to keep your questions in the corresponding forums just so you get better, more useful, answers.

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Thanks I didn't realize I posted in the wrong version. For the extended events we can't use because we have a 3rd party app that can only pull the information from the events.

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Trying to create an audit that goes to the application log. With a certain criteria, select, update, delete etc.. where like 'example'-- some criteria

is there any reference out there that could give me some examples?


Thanks in advance


Check these ..

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc280386.aspx -- Check the Target section

http://bradmcgehee.com/2010/03/30/an-introduction-to-sql-server-2008-audit/

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