SQL Informational Event Logging in Application Log

Posted on 2011-10-19
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
We have a WebSense log server that logs all activity that is being filtered through the appliance, and it is logging the following event to the application log every minute:

(We are running Sql Server 2008 Express R2 on a Windows 2003 server)

Type:      Information
Source:      MSSQLSERVER
Event ID:      9724
Event Time:      10/19/2011 10:38:00 AM
User:      n/a
Computer:      LK-WEBSENSELOG2
The activated proc '[dbo].[usp_sb_run_scheduled_job]' running on queue 'wslogdb70.dbo.wse_scheduled_job_queue' output the following:  'Caution: Changing any part of an object name could break scripts and stored procedures.'

What can we do to squelch this event log message and stop it from populating in the Application log?
Question by:meade470

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pg_vinod earned 2000 total points
ID: 36995031

it is just an informational message as you are changing the names of objects.
Looks like [dbo].[usp_sb_run_scheduled_job] is trying to change name of objects in the process.
If you can look in to the procedure code then look for string "sp_rename"  that will explain.

Vinod Pottekkatt.

Author Comment

ID: 36995050
We are aware that it is a informational message, but it is bloating our Application log and limiting the length of time we can look back in Application logging.

Is there a workaround\procedure to disable this informational message?

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