To find the culprit, we tracked down an old informant named sp_who2. At first he had no comment, but we knew he had some information that could help us, so we kept after him. Finally, he grew tired of us and gave us something just to make us go away. He said we needed to talk to his associate sysproccesses. At first this guy was hard to find, but we located him sitting at a table. He wasn’t really doing anything, just sitting there. So we approached him and sat down to see if we can get what we are looking for. He also had no comment and referred us to his lawyer, sys.dm_exec_sessions. After some searching, we were able to catch up with him at the DMV and he was not in a good mood. He gave up some information, just not exactly what we are looking for.
Dave shows how we can figure out who created a specific temp table (a global temp table, in this case), the query that account used to create the temp table, and the time the temp table was created.