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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 28, 2020

Report all SQL calls in native stored procedures in Query Monitor

See case# TS003954339. Sometimes Query monitor doesn't capture the SQL statement but gives the message: CQM145I - SQL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE, instead. IBM case states that these are internal SQL calls in native stored procedures. In my case they were the second highest consumer of elapsed time and I was unable to troubleshoot the problem further.

Needed by Date Aug 17, 2020
  • Admin
    May Chu
    Aug 5, 2020

    The proposed solution could be:

    1. Introduce a new message that identifies the ‘statement’ as Native Stored Procedure non-object related, procedural statements.

    2. Modify QM to report the internal CREATE PROCEDURE as the text which is the text that is stored in TEXT column of the SYSROUTINES catalog table and to identify the call in summaries ,etc. as dynamic.