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Subj:   Re: Finding query starttime stamp and end timestamp
From:   Tewksbury, Kevin


The only other way that I know of, not saying there isn't one, is to use Viewpoint and grant access to "My Queries" to each user. My Queries gives the user access to view only their queries, provided the viewpoint logon id and the TD logon id are the same. There is aheading in the My Queries for Duration, which is a running clock of how long the query has been running.

The Monitorsession and Viewpoint are the only 2 ways that I know of to get current running queries information, otherwise you have to wait until the query finishes and it logs.


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