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Message Posted: Wed, 19 Jan 2005 @ 15:36:12 GMT
I'd stay away from using CollectTimestamp as it's value is when the segment that holds DBQL detail rows is initialized. There could in fact be days differences between CollectTimeStamp and when the queries were run, depending on activity.
I prefer using the expanded account string or the StartTime.
However if TDQM is being used there can be a delay between the StartTime and the FirstStepTime.
Select l.ExpandAcctString ,l.SessionID , l.QueryId ,d.DatabaseNameI as User_ID ,((l.LastRespTime - l.StartTime) Day(4) to Second) as Duration ,l.StartTime From DBC.DBQLogTbl l, DBC.Dbase d Where l.UserID = d.DatabaseID and Duration > '0 00:04:00.000000' -- and l.StartTime >= '2004-12-20 00:00:00' -- and User_ID = 'DSS_Tst' order by 5 desc
The above can be changed to using the DBQL views instead of tables.
Philip L. Edelsberg, CCP, PMP.
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