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When we export data from local server to remote server in sql server 2008 . Then is there any log created ?

Is there any possible way to trace That data is being exported from local server ?
Posted 15-Feb-13 4:26am
k@ran1.5K
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bandi.ramesh 15-Feb-13 11:37am
   
Can you make your question a bit clear?
mrinal_kumar_jha 15-Feb-13 12:41pm
   
I mean Through SSMS tool When database is exported from one server to another.

Right Click On database > Tasks > Export data

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The Import -Export wizard tool when used through SSMS does not have a logging feature,until and unless, saved as a package; where we can take advantage of the logging feature provided with the SSIS. Additionally, whenever data is added or deleted from a database object, the internal logging feature of SQL server kicks into action.So,if we are concerned about any anomalies that might occur during the execution of the wizrd, then rollback does occurs.
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