Creates a new query list with a user specified name which can be passed to AnalyzeStatsUsage for analysis.
REPLACE PROCEDURE TDSTATS.AddQueryList ( IN QueryListName VARCHAR(128) CHARACTER SET UNICODE ) ... ;
- Name of the query list.
- QueryListName must be unique among all query lists stored in the TDSTATS database.
After a new query list is created, you can call the AddQueryListEntry external stored procedure to add queries to a list.
Example: Using AddQueryList
The following example shows how to create a list consisting of two queries and analyze statistics usage on them.
The input argument value that begins with a colon represents a host variable whose value was populated in a prior call where it served as an output argument.
CALL TDSTATS.AddQueryList('MySlowQueries'); CALL TDSTATS.AddQueryListEntry('MySlowQueries',8675309,1); CALL TDSTATS.AddQueryListEntry('MySlowQueries',8675325,1); CALL TDSTATS.AnalyzeStatsUsage(NULL,NULL,NULL,NULL,NULL,NULL,NULL,NULL,NULL,NULL,NULL,'MySlowQueries', 'N',AnalysisId, NumEvents); CALL TDSTATS.AnalyzeStatsUsageReport(:AnalysisId);