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sql profiler on GP, sql tables that are hit from GP

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Is there a way to find out what all sql tables are hit when a specific task is done inside GP.
I am wondering can I use something like SQL Profiler?
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Profiler is your best bet.  I recommend setting up a test system if possible, starting Profiler with a Standard Trace, click Show all events and add any Stored Procedure and TSQL events that have the word Completed in them.  This should get you what you need.
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