Steve Jones

Auditing Your SQL Server Part 4 - Selective Auditing

It's been some time and he apologizes. This next part of this series from Steve Jones looks at selective auditing changes to data on the server using a combination of methods presented in previous articles in the series. Read on if you have problems tracking changes to data on some tables, but don't want to implement a solution that tracks every change.

2004-04-28

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