Asked by: Khadem Balduzasked in category: General Last Updated: 2nd February, 2020
How can I see active sessions in SQL Server?
Hereof, how can I tell what users are logged into SQL Server?
Using a terminal window, you can log into a SQL Server database and with one command have an instant look at who exactly is logged into the server. Click "Start," type "cmd" (omit the quotation marks here and throughout) into the search box and press "Enter."
Secondly, how do I kill a SQL connection? SQL Server Management Studio Activity Monitor Once Activity Monitor has loaded, expand the 'Processes' section. Scroll down to the SPID of the process you would like to kill. Right click on that line and select 'Kill Process'. A popup window will open for you to confirm that you want to kill the process.
Also question is, what is Session SQL Server?
A SQL session is an occurrence of a user interacting with a relational database through the use of SQL commands. When a user initially connects to the database, a session is established. A session may be invoked by either direct connection to the database or through a front-end application.
How do I view a SQL database?
In Object Explorer, connect to an instance of the SQL Server Database Engine, and then expand that instance. Expand Databases, right-click the database to view, and then click Properties. In the Database Properties dialog box, select a page to view the corresponding information.