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hi can anyone tell me how to put on a database trace using sql2005 please..

thanks
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Try this

Trace properties > Events Selection tab > select show all columns. Now under column filters, you should see the database name. Enter the database name for the Like section and you should see traces only for that database.
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trace operation look for many parameters. which ones do you want to trace?
you can start the trace operation from within the Management Studio by choosing SQL Profiler menu.
once you started the trace operation you should connect to the database you want to trace and then choose the appropriate metrics and define the required filters and then run the trace. The trace operation consumes system resources and should used as needed.
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Try using SQL Profiler and select the database you wanted to trace and set any filters if needed.
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by:ac_davis2002
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Thanks, i have opened the profiler but can see where you select the database you want to trace?
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by:Anuradha Goli
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Hi You can follow the steps shown in picture
select show all columns
click column filters
select databasename
In like enter databasename within% as '%DBNAME%'
flow of profiler to filter databasename
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