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Please advise how to enable trace on MS SQL server 2000

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Please advise how to enable trace on MS SQL server 2000. This is some thing equivalent to enabling Auditing on Oracle DB.
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Use SQL Profiler or Profiler procedures. Thisi will allow you to create your own trace based on standard events, you will be able to use filters etc
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You can refer this link for a step-by-step process for using the SQL profiler to track the database activities of your application.

http://techrepublic.com.com/5100-6268_11-1043670-2.html
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