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Query analyzer in DB2?

Query analyzer in DB2?

Query analyzer in DB2?

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In MS SQL I used a program that would report on what tables, stored queries, etc. were being accessed when a window was opened.

Is there something similar in DB2?  I want to make a Crystal Report of a work order. I can open the work order on the screen, but have no associated report.  I would like to open the work order, see what it accessed, and then pull those fields into my report.

Does anyone know how I would go about doing this in DB2?

I'm running DB2 Express Edition version 9.5 and Crystal Reports version 11.

RE: Query analyzer in DB2?

Did you try a google search on "DB2 query analyzer"?

You will find nice results like this

Cheers,
Dian

RE: Query analyzer in DB2?

DB2 on the AS400 has "Iseries Navigator". Navigator is a client side tool for DB2 that has similiar functionality to Toad or Query Analyzer.

RE: Query analyzer in DB2?

DB2 express edition 9.5 almost certainly does not relate to AS400.
Iseries Navigator will provide you with explain plans when working with AS400, but it is a dreadfull client tool. It consumes resources like nothing I have ever used. A Java nightmare for sure..

Ties Blom
 
 

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