Averages number of rows returned from queries

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Is there a way to find out average no of rows and columns returned from SQLs in a particular time 10am to 3pm of a day?

Averages # rows and columns returned from queries

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not really.

even if you have auditing on to capture every statement, the results of those statements are not captured.

similarly if you try to sample from v$sql, awr or statspack, you'll simply capture the statements, but not the results.

you could potentially turn tracing on for the whole db but that's ill advised.

what is it you're trying to do that makes you want this metric?

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sventhanAuthor Commented:
Thanks SD. This is just a requirement that I'm working.
if you have all of your queries running through an application with instrumentation, you could potentially take advantage of that framework to capture what you're looking for.

From the db itself, it's unlikely you can get what you're looking for
sventhanAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the valuable information.
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