T-SQL Tuesday #31 – Logging

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  1. Huh, thought I left one here yesterday, but it’s not showing up. Anyway, here’s my entry. Thanks for hosting!


  2. Well, my solution is very simple. In fact I beleive that I dont understood the stuff. But here it go…-> http://shellyourexperience.wordpress.com/2012/06/12/my-solution-to-t-sql-tuesday-31-logging/

  3. Here’s my T-SQL Tuesday post (non-tech but it counts!): http://marlonribunal.com/t-sql-tuesday-31-logging/

    And, I’m no longer a T-SQL Tuesday virgin!

  4. Greg Lucas says:

    Here’s mine http://sqlvariant.com/2012/06/t-sql-tuesday-31-logging/ – logging the activity of complex, multi-step procedures

  5. Thanks for hosting Aaron! My post is “T-SQL Tuesday #31 – Reporting Services Logs” at http://blogs.lessthandot.com/index.php/DataMgmt/ssrs/t-sql-tuesday-31-reporting.

  6. Greg M Lucas says:

    Here’s mine http://datacentricity.net/2012/06/t-sql-tuesday-031-logging/ – as there doesn’t appear to be a trackback.

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