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Submitted on: 8/6/2002 5:15:39 AM
By: Keith Henry  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 2 Users
Compatibility:SQL Server 7.0

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     Viewing the Tranaction log in MS SQL 7+

 
 
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There is an undocumented command that allows you to view the contents of the transaction log on SQL 7 or 2000:
DBCC Log (Databasename|dbid [,ResponseOption])
Databasename|dbid - Identifier for the database you wish to view the log on.
ResponseOption - 0 to 4 for the level of report you need. 0 is default.


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