We have a .Net application but are not privy to the source code. This application makes use of a temporary table in an MS SQL database (2008, R2 soon to be upgraded). The application drops the table upon completion of the routine.
Is there any way to capture the data from this table during its short life. Since we cannot get to the source code, we cannot be in the same SQL session. I suspect the answer is no, but want to leave no stone unturned.
Only if they use a physical table during the process and drop it after. What I think is not the case but you can find it easily by running a SQL Profiler over the database and capture all SQL statements.
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