See case# TS003954339. Sometimes Query monitor doesn't capture the SQL statement but gives the message: CQM145I - SQL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE, instead. IBM case states that these are internal SQL calls in native stored procedures. In my case they were the second highest consumer of elapsed time and I was unable to troubleshoot the problem further.
|Who would benefit from this IDEA?||As a customer I need to be able to troubleshoot response time issues using query monitor.|
How should it work?
All sql statements' elapsed time, cpu time, etc. should be reported in query monitor to be able to try different options and see which ones perform better.
|Priority Justification||This would be very valuable and is preventing us from doing complete response time analysis.|
|Customer Name||America First Credit Union|
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