It's been in there since V4R1 with no output support other than querying a
database file that the monitor creates. I forget the command at the moment,
something like strdbmon or some such. Glad to see they put the viewer into
Ooops Nav is ok, but I hate the idea of it being PC based. If they want to
go gui and friendly, they ought to use JAVA Servlets and run it from a
browser. It is still slow and the interface generally pretty kludgey. I
find it quite clumsey to use. And VERY Sloooooooooooow!
Sent: Wednesday, December 02, 1998 3:21 PM
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SQL Performance Monitor
Bleddyn Williams (Mobile)
For those of you who like BETA code I have just found out something that
very useful if you are using Net.Data or SQL to create web applications. In
new express client they have somthing called SQL performance monitor. It
as though it gives everything you need to debug and cleanup what is
the system in your macros. Removing the need to put web jobs into debug to
what the systems says about access paths getting created etc.
Has anyone else looked at this what do you think from what I can see its
tick in the box for ops nav.
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