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Default Tracking who is dropping objects

Hi all,

Is there anyway I find some codes that will track who is dropping tables sp, view, UDF and so on?

Thanks a lot

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Not is SQL Server 2000... in SQL Server 2005, you can apply triggers at the database level.

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