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Status Under review
Workspace Db2
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 22, 2022

Monitor activities by the user

Regarding DMC capabilities, I would like to know if there is a possibility to monitor activities by the user. This is very important for our Db2 environment, whether qualified or unqualified table names are used (in case of unqualified names would these feature be even more important) .

If we have several applications running in the same database, monitoring their activities, e.g. CPU consumption / Response time etc. by the user would be of a great help.


Is it possible to include schema information in the user interface when monitoring individual activities?

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  • Admin
    VIJAYA KATIKIREDDY
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    Jun 1, 2023

    Addiitonal comment from team:

    For the request "Is it possible to include schema information in the user interface when monitoring individual activities?" , individual activities are statements which don't have a schema. If I understand correctly, schema applies to objects like tables. Is this request to get schema for tables referred in each statement? If so, there isn't an out-of-box way to get schema/tables name from statement. We are exploaring a button to enable user to collect schema/tables name for selected statements. It will call explain in the background to get schema/tables name for the statements. Considering explain is expensive and sequential, we may not apply it for all but selected statements by users with a limitation of number.

  • Admin
    VIJAYA KATIKIREDDY
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    Jun 1, 2023

    Comments from team:


    There are 2 ways to get the statements by a specific auth id in “individual executions” page.

    1. You can add a filter condition by clicking filter icon among the 4 icons at right of the page and then add conditions. You will get statements executed by a specific auth id and you can also export to a csv. Please refer to screenshot like this.



      2. You can click the “Session authorization ID” column then the statements will be sorted by selected column. In this way, you can also get statements sorted by auth id.







  • Guest
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    Mar 1, 2023

    Is it possible to include schema information in the user interface when monitoring individual activities?