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Using 'sqlmap70.dll' version '2000.80.194' to execute extended stored procedure 'xp_get_mapi_profiles'.

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Found this in the SQL log.  Does anyone know what it means?  Why would it place an entry in the log when it uses a particular dll?  Is is something that I should be worried about?

Thanks for the help in advance.

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Cheers Angel

The link you posted gives another instance of a similar error message.  I beginning to feel that it isn't an error message as such, more a statement of fact along the lines of

"I'm running this stored procedure which involves using version x of dll y."

Is this just verbosity or is there a reason why Microsoft feels that SQL should put this in the log?  Perhaps it's an aid to problem solving i.e. if the server crashes soon after then the problem could be with this dll?  Any ideas?

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Unless there is a specific error after that line (like in the link), there is no issue with this line. You are right that the line as such is only some kind of debug message, in case of a problem...
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Angel

Thanks for your help.  I'm going to leave the question open for a while for any further comments.

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all it is telling you is that the xp is using that dll with that version number, it might be useful if you are getting errors with an xp to know what version of the dll it is.

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Matt

Thanks for your comment, I think that is the general consesus.

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