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Message Posted: Fri, 20 Feb 2015 @ 21:46:46 GMT
Thanks again Sandeep,
select count(*) from dbc.dbqlxmllocktbl; select count(*) from dbc.dbqlxmllocktbl where collecttimestamp > current_timestamp - interval '2'day;
As you told there is no data in those tables. It returned 0 rows
How do we enable dbql query logging with lock option. Do we need to enable query logging on DBC??
Can you share the commands??
And what ID do I need to grant it with DBC??
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