Where did ULSTraceLog go to in the SharePoint 2010 Logging Database?

Posted by: Jan Tielens Bloggings [MVP], on 16 Jun 2010 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

The Logging Database is one of the many new concepts that will make the life of many SharePoint administrators quite a bit more enjoyable. In SharePoint 2007 the Unified Logging System (ULS) logged all of its data to text files, typically found on your SharePoint server in 12\LOGS. We still have that in SharePoint 2010, but besides those text files, ULS can also write the data to a database! The advantages are obvious: easy to query, one central location for all servers in the farm, easy to build...

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