Hi there, I developer is building a commercial application for me. We are stuck at some point that we seem unable to deal with. The application being built is capable of dealing only with tables with primary keys. We need it also to handle tables with no primary keys. For clarity, we have no knowledge of the database structure. This is supposed to be a universal application (PnP) that can handle any DB schema. As said above, we are unable to find our way out to what records have changed in tables with no primary keys. A suggested solution is to extract entries from the log file. However, evident as it might be for those who have tried it before, Microsoft seems to prefer to keep everybody’s hands off the log files. I need a way to be able to extract entries from MS SQL log files (those same entries returned by SQL Profiler utility) so to process further them. This question is not points rewarded only, I am willing to pay for it. Regards Yba
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