My ASP file doesn’t access my database." "I can’t connect to my database from my code." "I’m having problems calling and debugging stored procedures." These are some of the problems I hear every day as a Microsoft® developer support engineer.
An interesting feature added to SQL Server 7.0 and 2000 is the ability to purge
an error log through a stored procedure or DBCC command. In this article, Brian Knight shows some of the undocumented stored procedures to detect, read and purge an SQL Server error log in T-SQL.