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Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Unleashed by Paul Bertucci, Alex T. Silverstein, Chris Gallelli, Ray Rankins

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Replaying Trace Data

To replay a trace, you must have a trace saved to a file or a table. The trace must be captured with certain trace events to enable playback. The required events are captured by default if you use the Profiler template TSQL_Replay. You can define a trace to be saved when you create or modify the trace definition. You can also save the current contents of the trace window to a file or table by using the Save As Trace File or Save As Trace Table options in the File menu.

To replay a saved trace, you choose File and then Open to open a trace file or trace table. After you select the type of trace to replay, a grid with the trace columns selected in the original trace is displayed. At this point, you can either start the replay ...

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