Trace DB changes in SQL Server

Professionaluser
Posted by Professionaluser under Sql Server category on | Points: 40 | Views : 239
Below query gives you the trace data of a database ( it lists out the all changes done to the database)...
DECLARE @filename VARCHAR(255) 
SELECT @FileName = SUBSTRING(path, 0, LEN(path)-CHARINDEX('\', REVERSE(path))+1) + '\Log.trc'
FROM sys.traces
WHERE is_default = 1;

SELECT gt.HostName,
gt.ApplicationName,
gt.NTUserName,
gt.NTDomainName,
gt.LoginName,
gt.SPID,
gt.EventClass,
te.Name AS EventName,
gt.EventSubClass,
gt.TEXTData,
gt.StartTime,
gt.EndTime,
gt.ObjectName,
gt.DatabaseName,
gt.FileName,
gt.IsSystem
FROM [fn_trace_gettable](@filename, DEFAULT) gt
JOIN sys.trace_events te ON gt.EventClass = te.trace_event_id
WHERE EventClass in (164) --AND gt.EventSubClass = 2
ORDER BY StartTime DESC;

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