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How sql stores how many SELECT statements hit on a particular table.?

Posted on 2003-12-03
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Please answer my two questions

1) How's Sql Server stroring the no.of SELECT statements hitting on a table..?

2) Where does Sql Server store updated data (older data) during a transaction..?

Thanks in advance..
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Question by:josebirla
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by:dishanf
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1. ??
2. Inserted and Deleted Tables. You can Use it within Trigger.
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by:rajesh009
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Hi,
 
1)  AFAIK SQL server does not store the no. SELECT statements hitting on a table.

2) Older data are stored in deleted table, to be precise, prior to commit being issued. This table can be accessed in a before insert or update trigger. New data is stored in inserted table.

Thanks,
Rajesh.
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by:Lowfatspread
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your select question
are you actually asking about how SQL server control concurrency?
e.g. Database Locking

if so read BOL on locking
and look at the system table syslockinfo


hth
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Take a look at the SQL Transaction logs. (Enterprise manager is the best way to see these). They are files that store ALL transactions, ie. selects, inserts, deletes etc... to and from the SQL databases...
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