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10775: audit the execution of store

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Dear Experts,
I have the following scenario.

Database users have execute permissions are, what you want is to audit the execution of store (EXEC or EXECUTE) when Toad is performed through, management studio or another IDE.

I thank you in advance for your time.
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Run a SQL Server Profiler and configure it to trace Stored Procedure calls.
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Can you give me more detail please (step by step)
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Open the SLQ Server Profiler, create new trace and check the stored procedure events are:
RPC: Completed
SP: Completed
SP: Completed
Click on Run and let it collect data until you want to stop the trace.

For further and more detailed information please check the MSDN article.
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