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how to track a sql database to see the amount of data inserted over a period of time

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Hi All,
I want to know the amount of data inserted into database each daty for the last 1 week.
Is there a query to find out this?
Thanks in advance.
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>>I want to know the amount of data inserted into database each daty for the last 1 week. <<
Find the total space used and store it. Next day do the same and record the diference.

>>Is there a query to find out this?<<
Not really.
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Thanks for the response.
Is there any other way of doing it if not through query.
pls don't say monitor your disk space or data files growth daily.
ha ha.
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>>Is there any other way of doing it if not through query. <<
No.
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ThANKS
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