Qus:    Can we check the logs in the table and what the action will performed ?
Dec 05, 2020 14:24 2 Answers Views: 98 RAMU

 Firstly, go to the Object Explorer, expand Management.

Then do either of the following:-

Right-click SQL Server Logs, point to View, and then click either SQL Server Log or SQL Server and Windows Log. Expand SQL Server Logs, right-click any log file, and then click View SQL Server Log. You can also double-click any log file.

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PARTH Dec 07, 2020 07:45
Answer:   Firstly, go to the Object Explorer, expand Management.
Then do either of the following:-
Right-click SQL Server Logs, point to View, and then click either SQL Server Log or SQL Server and Windows Log. Expand SQL Server Logs, right-click any log file, and then click View SQL Server Log. You can also double-click any log file.

SHIVA Dec 07, 2020 08:06
Answer:   By using command sp_lock.

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