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Sql Server Logs (no items) showing in Enterprise Manager


Sql Server Logs (no items) showing in Enterprise Manager

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When I look in Enterprise Manager under Management, SQL Server Logs, it shows (no items). There is an errorlog, I can read it by running a query, xp_readerrorlog, and it is in startup jobs. Does anyone have any ideas why the logs do not show in EM? I have tried to research this on the internet with no results. I just started monitoring this system so I don't know the history of it. Any Ideas?



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Could it be a permissions issue ? Are you using the same credentials for EM that you use in QA to run xp_readerrorlog ?

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Yes, I am signed on the server when I open EM and when I run the query. I run the query from EM.



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Do you have the sysadmin role either given directly to your user or via a group? I have just added this to a test user and this user can now see the SQLServer logs whereas before they were missing from the menu in Enterprise Manager.
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