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Was wondering if anyone had any interaction with Seefusion for Coldfusion?  

Also wondering if there is a SQL server tool that can tell me which queries are taking too long to run?

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I have used seeFusion.  I works well, doesn't seem to slow anything down.  It can show you slow queries, queries run under a particular account, for a particular user, etc, etc.  Good tool.
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Hey Maria-

Been awhile!  Thanks!

-Nick
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