Getting Started with SQL Server Change Tracking

Being able to track when data is added, modified or removed from a SQL Server database is desirable for several potential business scenarios. Where things start to get tricky is in identifying a solution that runs efficiently and also only takes effect against data that has actually changed. Whereas a decade ago, you would have to configure a complex solution involving tables, functions and…

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Getting Started with SQL Server Change Tracking

Being able to track when data is added, modified or removed from a SQL Server database is desirable for several potential business scenarios. Where things start to get tricky is in identifying a solution that runs efficiently and also only takes effect against data that has actually changed.

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