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SQL Profiler in DB2

Posted on 2011-03-17
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Hi,

In SQL Server, we have a tool called SQL Profiler. This allows you to view the insert statements, select statements, stored procedure being currently executed on a database.

Is there an equivalent in DB2 version 9.1?

What I would like to see is a log for the insertions done (which was originally invoked by the software layer)?

Kind Regards,
Asim
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by:Kdo
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Hi Asim,

Do you want to see the insert statement(s) or a log of everything that was inserted into a table?

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by:asim252
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Hi there,

I want to see the insert statements that happen at run time.

Kind Regards,
A.
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by:momi_sabag
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do you want to see the statements or do you need the actual values?
for example, do you want to see

insert into table1 values (?, ?, ?)

or

insert into table1  values(1,2,3)?
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by:waynezhu
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db2 does not have such exact utility.
You may try Event (Statement) Monitor
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by:asim252
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@momi_sabaq, we want to see insert into table1  values(1,2,3)?
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