Update trigger or ?
I've a problem where some data gets updated but I don't know which
process (SP) is responsible for it (it's an old installation which I've
Is it somehow possible to know which process/user/SP performs an update
on a special table/column?
I was thinking about to implement an update trigger but unfortunately
I've no idea how to figure out the "parent process" which was
responsible for the update.
I'm using MS SQL Server 2000.
- Re: Update trigger or ?
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