I find myself using SQL Profiler more often these days for a few reasons. Mainly looking into performance related issues. With prior versions, it was easy to separate the activity of different users as they each showed up as their own login. Being able to know who a SQL statement came from, let me hopefully sort of what they were doing and what area of the program needed to be looked at.
With NAV 2013 R2, the sessions all come from the same user. Mainly the login account for the NST. My question is there still a way to relate SQL Profiler activity to a specific user in NAV? Have I just been missing it?
There are no bugs - only undocumented features.