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How to use Reporter to analyze SQL Profiler traces   Leave a comment


I had a question on the SQL Nexus discussion forum regarding the following error while using Reporter:

When I run Reporter, with the default settings (i.e. DB=PerfAnalysis), I get an error :
Server: (local) Error: 4060 Severity: 11 State: 1 Line: 65536 Source: .Net SqlClient Data Provider
Cannot open database "PerfAnalysis" requested by the login. The login failed.

When you launch Reporter which is part of the RML Utilities installation, the PerfAnalysis database is the default database that the Report will attempt to connect to. See illustration below:

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You will need to change the baseline database to the database into which you imported the profiler traces using SQL Nexus. In my case, I had imported the SQL Profiler Traces captured into a database called nexus_blocking.

I shall cover a walkthrough on importing data into SQL Nexus sometime later.

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Posted September 22, 2010 by Amit Banerjee in Data Analysis, Tools

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