How to view transaction logs in SQL Server 2014?

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Hi, I have SQL Server 2014 CTP 1 installed and I can’t figure out how to view all transaction logs.Does anyone know where I can find them? I’ve looked at datasheets and documentation on MS website but I couldn’t find anything.

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  • triggermortis
    For oracle 11.2g I believe you must have administrator access to view the locations of the log files. If you do in fact have permission, the procedure would be to use this statement: 'SELECT "logfilename.rdo" FROM v$logfile;'. This will return the location(s) of the logfiles on your drive. Follow the path and you shall find your logfiles. Perhaps this will work with SQL Server 2014 as well.
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