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How to: Set a Trace Table to Maximum Size (SQL Server Profiler)

This topic describes how to set a maximum table size for trace tables by using SQL Server Profiler.

To set a maximum table size for a trace table

  1. On the File menu, click New Trace, and then connect to an instance of SQL Server.

    The Trace Propertiesdialog box appears.

    NoteNote

    If Start tracing immediately after making connectionis selected, the Trace Propertiesdialog box fails to appear and the trace begins instead. To turn off this setting, on the Toolsmenu, click Options, and clear the Start tracing immediately after making connection check box.

  2. In the Trace name box, type a name for the trace.

  3. In the Template namelist, select a trace template.

  4. Select the Save to tablecheck box.

  5. Connect to the server on which you want the trace to be stored.

    The Destination Table dialog box appears.

  6. Select a database for the trace from the Database list.

  7. In the Table box, type or select a table name.

  8. Select the Set maximum rows check box, and specify a maximum number of rows for the trace table.

    NoteNote

    When the number of rows in the table exceeds the maximum that you have specified, the trace events are no longer recorded. However, tracing continues.

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