StingyJack

sp_what

This is a replacement for SP_who and modification of sp_who2. It will always list only active, nonsystem processes, and will list the number of seconds a transaction has been running for. Some transactions do not report a last batch time, so I forced a large value to display so you can see any issue with […]

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2006-10-02 (first published: )

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