The command DBCC TRACESTATUS can be used to get the status information for trace flag(s) currently turned on. Here...
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is the syntax:
DBCC TRACESTATUS (trace# [,...n])To get the status information for all trace flags currently turned on, use -1 for the trace#.
Here is an example:
DBCC TRACESTATUS(-1) GOUse the DBCC TRACEON command to turn on the specified trace flag.
DBCC TRACEON (trace# [,...n])To turn off the specified trace flag(s), use the DBCC TRACEOFF command.
DBCC TRACEOFF (trace# [,...n])
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