Everywhere I looked, people keep saying:
Do not modify the content database in any maner other than using SharePoint or the db will be considered as in unsupported mode.
That means to me that there is necessarily a way to check if the so called changes were made. Is there a special trigger fired anytime a non SharePoint API querying the database ?
In this article someone said:
"the only way for PSS/Microsoft to know is if they saw active interference from the read operation on that database. They would not be able to tell after-the-fact."
That's a joke right ?