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Hi, I have to find out all the stored procedures being called from my application (.net).
But currently my profiler is showing me all the users activity details as the application is being
used by many users. But I just want to filter on my activities.

I am planning to filter based on spid's, but not sure how the application assigns the spid's.

Can any one let me know if this is a good idea or is there any better idea than this to filter
only my activities ?

Many Thanks
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by:Raja Jegan R
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If you are using a different login, then probably you can filter the activities based upon your user name in Profiler trace.
Or else, if you are hitting the DB Server from your system which has the application client, then you can filter the trace based upon your hostname to filter your events only.
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by:gvamsimba
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hi thanks, but how can I find the hostname in sql server  profiler ? I cannot see any column by that name ?
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by:gvamsimba
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hi, i got the column hostname, but my .net application is not passing my acutal hostname,
it is just passing a generic name for all users.

is there no way in sql server profiler that I can filter on my own events ?

Thanks
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Kumaraswamy R earned 500 total points
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select *,b.name, a.last_execution_time
from sys.dm_exec_procedure_stats a
inner join sys.objects b on a.object_id = b.object_id
--where DB_NAME(database_ID) = 'dB'


or

try
Read the Trace
 
If we wished, we could save these events into a file using File > Save As > Trace File, or as a SQL table (File > Save As > Trace Table).  We particularly like saving trace data to a SQL table, as it allows us to search for specific text quickly (using SELECT * FROM tableName WHERE textdata LIKE ‘%text%’), or get the top 10 most expensive queries in terms of reads (using SELECT top 10 * FROM tableName ORDER BY Reads DESC). But again, today, we only need to see what stored procedures are being called

http://www.petri.co.il/monitoring-with-sql-profiler.htm
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by:gvamsimba
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Msg 208, Level 16, State 1, Line 1
Invalid object name 'sys.dm_exec_procedure_stats'.
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by:Kumaraswamy R
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dm_exec_procedure_stats was introduced from SQL Server 2008 onwards.
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by:Raja Jegan R
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gvamsimba,

If your application is not using Hostname properly and you are using a generic login, then without shutting down all other users you cannot identify the events for your session alone.
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