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revised Are there any third party tools that can read and/or analyze SQL Profiler trace (.trc) files
changed it from a shopping question to a question that asks how to read the file
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answered Increasing time-out period for schema compare (windows server 2008, Sql Server 2008 R2 and VS2012)
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comment What are all these databases with funny names?
Can we flag it to be migrated there?
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comment What are all these databases with funny names?
Thanks thats what I was looking for. I knew from the names what each database was but I was missing the part about the GUID. Makes sense now.
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asked How to troubleshoot db/app latency during transaction log backup
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comment What is a good way to query data stored in multiple identical tables split by date/time
That is an interesting idea. So I would put row insert triggers on all the tables and insert added rows into the consolidated table which can be queried in a more standard way. I think I'm going to give this a try, assuming I have enough storage space to have two copies of all data.
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comment What is a good way to query data stored in multiple identical tables split by date/time
@Jon Seigel - Yes, the table roll over time may fall within a day so the first part of August 20th may be in one table and then it might roll over and add data from August 21 in that same table.