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Missing Join Predicate SQL2005

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I'm getting a Missing Join Predicate (W2K3/SP1 SQL2005 ) in a trace generated by the system (C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\LOG), how to find out what querry is causing it?
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AneeshDatabase Consultant
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Top Expert 2009

Commented:
Did you try running the trace ?

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Yes and nothing have show up so far, but in other systems we have the same issue, auto generated traces with Missing Join Predicate
Top Expert 2006

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Missing Join Predicate: Indicates whether or not the query in question has a join predicate. If not, this can cause the Query Optimizer to produce a less than optimized query plan. To fix this, add a join predicate.

Run sql profiler to identify this query.

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I have ran SQL profiler for hours and nothing show up in this trace, now it show up in a trace than I presume is been autogenerated by SQL, any ideas?...
thanks
Top Expert 2006
Commented:
hi feiza,
Its more like a warning ..

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