Values not inserted correctly in dbmshp_parent_child_info when executing dbms_hprof.

Posted on 2011-10-16
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I am executing hierarchical profiler.

I did the configuration

Then grant the necessary privileges to schema where I will execute the procedure.

then I started profiling using dbms_hprof.start_profiling.

then analyzed using dbms_hprof.analyze ...
Now all the values are not inserted in dbmshp_parent_child_info table.

I mean, when I join the two tables(dbmshp_parent_child_info and dbmshp_function_info)
, sub functions or functions inside the main calling function are not returned.

Can anyone find out the reason for this.?
Or if you need more info. please let me know.

Question by:sakthikumar
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    Did you do the dbms_hprof.stop_profiling command?

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    Please see this article for examples of how to query these tables.

    Otherwise lets see the queries you are using to verify your data...

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    The link is useful, I really learnt a lot, but my problem is not over.

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