Telemetry XEvent

Kendra Little is sleuthing:

There’s something quite odd about this session. It has no target! The data isn’t being written to memory in the ring buffer or to a file or even a counter.

So I did a little testing. I right clicked the session and selected ‘Watch Live Data’ to see if I could consume the data flowing through in SQL Server Management studio even though it didn’t have a target. And then I ran this in another session:

It looks like this extended event is designed to track serious error messages.  I’m liking it and hope it sticks around in RTM.

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