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Re: MUGH-SQLCON : diging previous changes

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  • Deepak
    Thanks Krishna,   But its not a very good idea....to look into sql error logs and event viewer. Because it didnt capture every events, suppose i need to find
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 25, 2008
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      Thanks Krishna,
       
      But its not a very good idea....to look into sql error logs and event viewer. Because it didnt capture every events, suppose i need to find out who has deleted one of my table from the database few days back then?
       
      And i didn't enabled audit etc. on the server.
       
       
      cheers,
      Deepak

      --- On Wed, 6/25/08, SARADADEVI <sv_39@...> wrote:

      From: SARADADEVI <sv_39@...>
      Subject: Re: MUGH-SQLCON : diging previous changes
      To: sqlcon@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Wednesday, June 25, 2008, 7:02 PM






      You can look sql error log or windows event viewer.
       
      Krishna

      --- On Wed, 25/6/08, Deepak <deepakgrg@yahoo. com> wrote:

      From: Deepak <deepakgrg@yahoo. com>
      Subject: MUGH-SQLCON : diging previous changes
      To: sqlcon@yahoogroups. com
      Date: Wednesday, 25 June, 2008, 4:50 PM

      Hi All,
       
       
      Any idea about the Functionality of SQL SERVER, which can help in diging for any previous chane done in the database. Like ORACLE have "logminer" a inbuilt toll to dig the previous changes done in the database without audition on.
       
      Please revert for any clarification.
       
       
      Kind Regards,
      Deepak

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    • Deepak
      Deal All,   Any information on this please?   Is it possible in SQL SERVER?   Thanks, Deepak ... From: Deepak Subject: Re: MUGH-SQLCON
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 4, 2008
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        Deal All,
         
        Any information on this please?
         
        Is it possible in SQL SERVER?
         
        Thanks,
        Deepak

        --- On Wed, 6/25/08, Deepak <deepakgrg@...> wrote:

        From: Deepak <deepakgrg@...>
        Subject: Re: MUGH-SQLCON : diging previous changes
        To: sqlcon@yahoogroups.com, sv_39@...
        Date: Wednesday, June 25, 2008, 11:19 PM






        Thanks Krishna,
         
        But its not a very good idea....to look into sql error logs and event viewer. Because it didnt capture every events, suppose i need to find out who has deleted one of my table from the database few days back then?
         
        And i didn't enabled audit etc. on the server.
         
         
        cheers,
        Deepak

        --- On Wed, 6/25/08, SARADADEVI <sv_39@yahoo. co.in> wrote:

        From: SARADADEVI <sv_39@yahoo. co.in>
        Subject: Re: MUGH-SQLCON : diging previous changes
        To: sqlcon@yahoogroups. com
        Date: Wednesday, June 25, 2008, 7:02 PM

        You can look sql error log or windows event viewer.
         
        Krishna

        --- On Wed, 25/6/08, Deepak <deepakgrg@yahoo. com> wrote:

        From: Deepak <deepakgrg@yahoo. com>
        Subject: MUGH-SQLCON : diging previous changes
        To: sqlcon@yahoogroups. com
        Date: Wednesday, 25 June, 2008, 4:50 PM

        Hi All,
         
         
        Any idea about the Functionality of SQL SERVER, which can help in diging for any previous chane done in the database. Like ORACLE have "logminer" a inbuilt toll to dig the previous changes done in the database without audition on.
         
        Please revert for any clarification.
         
         
        Kind Regards,
        Deepak

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