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I am trying to capture all statements/SPs and RPCs (either they finish or fail) on a SQL 2005 server using SQL trace. Are the following events enough?

Exceptions
Stored Procedure
RPC:Completed
RPC:Starting
SP:Recompile
TSQL
SQL:StmtCompleted
SQL:StmtStarting

thanks!

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You may also want to capture the SQL:BatchStarting and SQL:BatchCompleted events. – Thomas Stringer Sep 13 '11 at 0:12
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Just use a trace template. Click File, New Trace, and choose the Replay template. That'll get you everything that happens.

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Thanks heaps !! – Manjot Oct 16 '11 at 21:12

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