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SQL Profiler show result of stored procedures

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I am trying to find what stored procedure is being run, the parameter values sent down to it and the results of the stored procedure. Using SQL Profiler 2014 I can capture the sp but not the resulting SQL statements that are being run. Which SQL events must I turn on to see the SQL statement(s) that is run?
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Try SP:StmtCompleted.

You can also have SQL:BatchStarted and SQL:BatchCompleted for more detail in addition to above.
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Thanks.
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