SQL Server Audit Log Event ID 24060

SourceSQL Server (LOGbinder SQL)
Action GroupSERVER_OBJECT_CHANGE_GROUP
Windows Security Log
Category
 • Subcategory
Object Access
 • Application Generated
Type Success
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24060: Issued a delete server object command (action_id DR; class_type AG, EP, SD, SE, T)

This is an event from SQL Server audit event from LOGbinder SQL generated by Action Group  SERVER_OBJECT_CHANGE_GROUP.

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A command to delete a server object was issued

This event corresponds to action_id DR - DROP for the following class_types:

class_type Class Description
AG AVAILABILITY GROUP
EP ENDPOINT
SD EVENT NOTIFICATION SERVER
SE EVENT SESSION
T TRIGGER SERVER

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Description Fields in 24060

Field Description
Occurred When event was reported by SQL Server
Authorization result If the command passed authorization checks
Session ID ID of the session on which the event occurred
User  
Server  
Target object  
  ID Target object ID
  Name Target object name
  Type Target object type
Statement Transact-SQL statement

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Examples of 24060

Issued a delete server object command
A command to delete a server object was issued
Action Group: SERVER_OBJECT_CHANGE_GROUP
Occurred: 8/22/2013 10:12:01.0000000 AM
Authorization result: Access allowed
Session ID: 85
User: LB\dev4sqlc
Server: DEV3
Target Object
  ID: n/a
  Name: SharePoint_Diagnostics_4ebe1a53a0a3484884f4f65a925505aa_1
  Type: Event session
Statement: DROP EVENT SESSION SharePoint_Diagnostics_4ebe1a53a0a3484884f4f65a925505aa_1 ON SERVER

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