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How to analyze incoming DML in SQL Server 2005?

I have database and specifically one table that is used for batch data transfer from another organization. With each run the table is truncated and rows are re-inserted. I want to handle that process ...
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How big should I make a column in an audit table for storing the output of COLUMNS_UPDATED()?

I have a stored procedure which creates a complementary trigger and audit table when a table name is passed into it. The SP filters out all the calculated columns and other stuff that stops you doing ...
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Access to tables in SQL Server

I would like to know if there is a table where accesses to tables are saved, per user or per system. I'm using both SQL Server 2005 and 2008.
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SQL Server 2005 not collecting logins in the log file

I am currently running SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition on a Windows 2003 server machine. I have gone to the properties of the server and confirmed that the Login Auditing is set to both failed and ...
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Audit user queries on SQL Server 2005

I'm in an unpleasant situation where I have a requirement to audit any queries executed by users via SSMS, SQLCMD, etc. on a SQL Server 2005 database. The situation is made worse by the inability to ...
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Audit 'sa' login in SQL Server 2005

I have a requirement where I need to audit (and potentially be notified) whenever the 'sa' user account logs into an SQL Server 2005 instance. Additionally, there is a preference that the database ...
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Do I trace an Active Directory group based database login the same way as an AD user based login on SQL Server?

We are currently undergoing an PwC audit on our database logins. Some of our user accounts have sysadmin privs, which of course is a major security breach. I have successfully done traces on ...