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I know that auditing is currently enabled in my azure MSSQL server, but how can I access these log files? Could it be done through SSMS?

I need to know details about user activity in my databaase.

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From https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/sql-database/sql-database-auditing

Use Merge Audit Files in SQL Server Management Studio (starting with SSMS 17):

  1. From the SSMS menu, select File > Open > Merge Audit Files.
  2. The Add Audit Files dialog box opens. Select one of the Add options to choose whether to merge audit files from a local disk or import them from Azure Storage. You are required to provide your Azure Storage details and account key.
  3. After all files to merge have been added, click OK to complete the merge operation.
  4. The merged file opens in SSMS, where you can view and analyze it, as well as export it to an XEL or CSV file, or to a table.
  • Thank you for your response. – Venkat Mar 15 at 14:14
  • No problem. Please mark it as resolved. – Nicolas Hevia Mar 17 at 22:21

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