SQL Server: Script to find the last Executed Query using SPID

In this post, I am providing a different method to find last executed query by SPID of SQL Server.

When DBA monitoring performance or serving any request for performance issue, the DBA may be required to find last executed query of a particular client.

You can find SPID using below commands.

Find last executed query using DBCC INPUTBUFFER:
You can use DBCC INPUTBUFFER to get the last SQL statement issued by a client and this command require the SPID as parameter.

Find last executed query using SYS.SYSPROCESSES and SYS.DM_EXEC_SQL_TEXT:

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