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How do I get the output from Database.ExecuteNonQuery?

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I would like to use the Database.ExecuteNonQuery or something similar to execute a sql script and then capture the output from all of the print statements that is generated.  However, I cannot find a way to get standard output back from this method.  I know I could just start up a sqlcmd process, but the SMO objects seem cleaner.  Is there a way for me to capture the print output from sql using any of the SMO objects?

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