sprockit.Event

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This table can be used to record ad hoc events. You can log events from processes in this table yourself using the utility SP sprockit.usp__LogExecutionEvent.

Sprockit uses this table to record warning messages when necessary. Warning messages can be identified as events having [IsWarning] = 1.

Records in the table that are older (in days) than Sprockit's LogRetentionPeriod property are automatically deleted. If you are logging ad hoc events in this table, you may wish to set the value of LogRetentionPeriod to -1.

Column name1) Column type Description Notes
EventId INT Identifies this event log record.
EventDateTime DATETIME The date and time at which this event was logged.
IsWarning BIT Indicates if this event constitutes a warning of some kind. 1 if the event constitutes a warning, otherwise 0.
RL1 ExecutionId INT Identifies the sprockit.Execution from which this error was thrown. Since Sprockit v1.5.
SourceDb NVARCHAR(128) The name of the database in which the reporting SP is found. For SSIS packages, this is the name of the catalog folder.
SourceSchema NVARCHAR(128) The name of the database schema in which the reporting SP is found. For SSIS packages, this is the name of the SSIS project.
SourceObject NVARCHAR(128) The schema-scoped name of the SP that reported the event. For SSIS packages, this is the name of the SSIS package, including the .dtsx extension.
Message NVARCHAR(MAX) A message describing the event.
RowsAffected BIGINT The number of rows affected by the event.

Relationships with integrity enforced by a foreign key constraint have identifiers prefixed with FK; others are prefixed RL.

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Attributes
(in this table)
Referenced table Referenced attributes
(in referenced table)
RL1 ExecutionId sprockit.Execution ExecutionId
Relationship Attributes
(in referencing table)
Referenced attributes
(in this table)
(None).

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Columns with names in bold are non-nullable; columns with underlined names are participants in the table's primary key.