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SQL Log

SQL Log

(OP)
Hi,

In the old days, DSS Agent 6.X allowed us to view all the SQL it generated (not only for reporting, for data browsing and metadata access as well) just adding the sqllog=filename parameter in the [tools] section of the DSS file. Do you know if there is something similar for MSTR Desktop 7.X? It's very useful for fixing silly errors, just looking at the queries the SQL engine generates.

Thanks in advance,

Ivan

RE: SQL Log

If I remember correctly, there is a trace that you can set for tracking the SQL in Desktop and in Server.  Check the Kbase.  I believe there should be an external TN on how to do it on https://support.microstrategy.com

RE: SQL Log

(OP)
In MicroStrategy Desktop > Tools > Diagnostics
TN5200-7X0-0052 in KB.

Thanks a lot for the tip.

iz

RE: SQL Log

also possible to save to the statistics so that the Administrator product can report on SQL.

In theory you should be able to say "show me all SQL that used this table"...

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