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Mastering SQL Server Profiler - Part 6: Creating Custom Traces


Mastering SQL Server Profiler - Part 6: Creating Custom Traces

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If I understand the question correctly, you are expecting to see a link to "play the video". There is no link for "play the video", to actually play the video, you have to click "Click Here to Start", which is on the video image itself.

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When I click the play on the image, it run into this page
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Video/66681/
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I'm not able to duplicate what you are describing. When I go to the video, wait for it to load, the click "Click Here to Start", it works fine. I tried this for all the Profiler videos, and it works everytime for me. Perhaps you can be more specific about what you are doing and exactly what you are getting back as a result. Do you have this problem with all the videos, or only for this one video?

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I can see the video on another computer.
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I am a developer, but due to our company being flat structured I have to fulfill a dba role as well. That is why I appreciate videos like these that fast track my skills. Your video presentation works way better than those on Jumpstart TV. Please could you continue with this on other subjects as well - like you mentioned at the start Database Tuning Advisor. Thanks.
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Great series! I use Profiler often and it's nice to know I'm doing some things right, and I even learned a few new things.
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Thanks Brad well done.
I use profiler infrequently, but I did know most of what was in lessons 1 - 5.
However a review doesn't hurt when you don't use the tool frequently.
Lesion 6 was very helpful and I like the fact that you can select only the
parts of the lesions that are of interest.
The standard templates seem to capture too must data, so custom templates that target just what you need would very useful. I liked the one you did for applications and will probably recreate it for tracing applications. Are there any other targeted templates available?



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The standard templates seem to capture too must data, so custom templates that target just what you need would very useful. I liked the one you did for applications and will probably recreate it for tracing applications. Are there any other targeted templates available?


I have some 2008 Profiler templates I have developed for special circumstances, but in most cases, you will probably want to do your own, as each environment is different, as are the needs of the DBA.

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I have been using profiler for a while, but still learned a couple of new tricks by watching these videos. Looking forward to more like this on other topics. Thank you!



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Very enjoyable video. The image quality and sound is more than good, the thoroughness of the presentation was also appreciated, and I can only hope for further videos on sql topics.

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