- Create a trace for security auditers
- Save trace data to a table in database on server that is being traced
- Replicate the traced data to another SQL Server...
Yes, it does make sense. The basics are that you can't accomplish this via the Profiler GUI. The good news is the GUI is just that, an initerface over a bunch of stored procedures. By calling these procedures directly, you can control the name of your table and even reuse an existing table. All of the documentation you need for this is contained in Books Online.
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