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Message Posted: Mon, 21 Feb 2011 @ 10:33:16 GMT

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Subj:   Re: Diffrence between dbc.accesslog and dbc.logonoff
From:   Vinay Bagare

Hi Steve,

Both are used for different purpose.

But if you are looking for Database table locking, you should enable Locking logger. Its a cyclic log table; so it is paramount that you dump locking log when you see locking situation.

There is a detail writeup on Locking logger in the manuals.

AccessLog table will have zero rows if no accesslog is enabled.


Vinay Bagare

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