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I'm trying to debug a web application (connected via ODBC).

Is there a way to log all queries received by the server?

asked 07 Dec '12, 03:38

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When using ODBC, I'd recommend to use the standard ODBC tracing, see the options in the ODBC admin dialog.

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answered 07 Dec '12, 04:13

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You can enable SQL Logging on the Server. You have to set a Log File and enable the Logging

call sa_server_option('Request_level_log_file', 'C:\temp\mylog.txt');
call sa_server_option('Request_level_logging', 'SQL');

If you have seen enough you can disable it

call sa_server_option('Request_level_logging', 'NONE');

Only Problem on a busy Server is that SQL from all Connections is written to the log file.

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answered 07 Dec '12, 06:05

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AFAIK, you can also limit the request level logging for particular databases ("RequestFilterDB") and/or connections ("RequestFilterConn") - that may help on a busy server...

(07 Dec '12, 07:18) Volker Barth
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