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Tracking record's origin

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In SQL Server 2000 is it possible to know from which computer a user stored a certain record in a certain table?

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Not unless you are capturing those details ( link) at the point the SP/SQL is run.

The other option is to setup a profile trace (but be careful it could impact performance) on the SQL server and you will find the computer name in the trace. BUT (there is alway a but), if you are using web services then you will only see the connection from the web server and/or an application server

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answered Apr 17, 2010 at 02:47 AM

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