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CODEPLEX WATCH FOR SQL SERVER: eyeLog

May 18, 2008

Looks Great: eyeLog – Microsoft SQL Server Database Audit Tool

Project Description
Most of the time, you focus on the implementation of the business requirements. There are a lot of follow up tasks that are not directly asked by the business. Monitoring the activity of a system is one of the tasks that is implictly asked.

The goal of eyeLog is to monitor the activty on databases and be able to give an answer to the so frustating question type: who did what and when?
Usually, answering this question is done by implementing an audit system. Most of the time these system requirements are not implemented a standard way.

eyeLog proposes a solution to implement the same audit system on your databases. A wizard guides you to the setup of the audit.

This is a promising tool that will make your Audit Requirements a little bit easier to deal with. Once I got my development machine prepped, I’ll give this a shot.

Grab the Sneak Preview and throw it at your development environment.

-Marlon Ribunal
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