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Tip: Get a User that has Deleted Rows with SQL

Finding a user who has deleted rows is a multi-part process. Get some tips on how to get it done.


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Getting a User that has deleted rows with SQL is a multi-part process.

First you have to search the transaction log file for information on deleted rows.

SELECT 
    [Transaction ID],
    Operation,
    Context,
    AllocUnitName
    
FROM 
    fn_dblog(NULL, NULL) 
WHERE 
    Operation = 'LOP_DELETE_ROWS' --Get Deleted Rows & Transaction ID

This will show you the Deleted Rows and give a Transaction ID for each operation. Now you need to use this Transaction ID to get the transaction SID of the user who has deleted the data:

SELECT 
    [Transaction ID],
    Operation,
    Context,
    AllocUnitName
    
FROM 
    fn_dblog(NULL, NULL) 
WHERE 
		[Transaction ID] = '0000:0000035' --Example Transaction ID to Delete
	AND
	    Operation = 'LOP_BEGIN_XACT' --GET Transaction SID

Finally, you need to convert the Transaction SID into readable text to display the user details:

SELECT SUSER_SNAME(0x0105000000000002120000009F11CA398C81F81398D0CD14E8030030) --Based on Transaction SID That Was Returned Earlier

 

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