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Object creation - User details


Object creation - User details

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arr.nagaraj
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Hi all,

Is there any way to find the User and IP/Machine name who
created/altered a particular object ( SP,Function,table,view ).
Sysobjects doesnt provide. Any way to find this info?

Regards,
S.V.Nagaraj

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Raj

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K. Brian Kelley
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In SSMS. Right-click on the database and choose Reports. Choose Standard Reports | Schema Changes History.

That will give you time/date and who did it, provided the info is still in the default trace. Unfortunately, it won't give you IP.

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Hi Brian,

Thanks for the reply . I cant find the option Reports when right click on
databases. Is it a 2008 option?
I am using 2005 standard edition.

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S.V.Nagaraj

Regards,
Raj

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Clive Strong
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Do you have reporting services installed?
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Also, if you are connecting from a desktop where you only have client tools installed, you won't see the Reports menu
K. Brian Kelley
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Have you applied at least SP2 to the machine running SQL Server Management Studio? This was introduced in that service pack as an extension to SSMS. You do NOT need SQL Server Reporting Services installed on the same system.

Custom Reports in Management Studio

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I installed sp2 and its working fine..

Thanks brian and clive

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Raj

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K. Brian Kelley (8/20/2009)
Have you applied at least SP2 to the machine running SQL Server Management Studio? This was introduced in that service pack as an extension to SSMS. You do NOT need SQL Server Reporting Services installed on the same system.

Custom Reports in Management Studio


Interesting - Just trying to finally start using Reporting Services. As you suggested the remote box which only has the client tools did not have SP2. Thanks!
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