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Hello there,

I have an application which uses SQL server 2008 db. now one of the transaction in the app have gone missing. I am sure it has been deleted by the user. Is there any way to check in the log file of the database to find that. Appreciate your help.

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you may try to collect the active transaction log by querying fn_dblog with necessary filters, something like:

select * from fn_dblog(null,null)

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the following article is a good reference.

FYI - How to read the SQL Server Database Transaction Log
http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/3076/how-to-read-the-sql-server-database-transaction-log/
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Hi,

We are using ApexSql tool for this type of activity. It is easy to use, and really provides required information in time. Have a look at ApexSQL Log

For the time being, you can use the trial version also.
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