Odds are, you’ve got more than one application or script accessing your database or SQL Server instance at any given time. You’re probably stacking them on a small number of servers in an attempt to cut down on licensing costs and resource usage. All those PowerShell scripts running on the central job server are running under a single service account, and you’ve got a lazy vendor who set up both the website and back-end application server to run under the same account, maybe even on a single app/web server.
So you’ve decided that your new web application needs to record some page load time metrics so you can keep tabs on performance. Terrific! You set up a couple page load/complete functions to write to a logging table when a page request comes in, and then update the record when it finishes loading. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 INSERT INTO PageLogs ( RequestTime ,ResponseTime ,RemoteIP ,UserName ,PageId ,Parameters ,SessionId ) VALUES ( GETDATE() ,NULL ,127.