If you’re a developer who works with SQL Server, you probably already know
about SQL Profiler, the graphical tool that lets you capture and analyzer SQL
Server events in real time. If you’re not familiar with this tool, check out my
previous article, “Introduction to SQL
Profiler”. This time
around, I’m going to drill a bit deeper into this useful tool, offering you ten
more bits of SQL Profiler that you might not have noticed already.
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