Determines whether DBQL logs a pseudo step labeled “RESP” in the DBQLStepTbl table when the last response to a DBQL logged request is completed. This can be used together with the FirstRespTime log entry in the DBQLogTbl to calculate the approximate response time experienced by the client.
|TRUE||DBQL logs a pseudo step labeled RESP to the DBQLStepTbl when the last response of a DBQL logged request is complete.|
|FALSE||DBQL does not log a RESP pseudo step for completed requests.|
Changes Take Effect
After the DBS Control Record has been written.
This field is effective only when DBQL logging is enabled. The RESP pseudo step entry is logged for every query that is logged to the DBQL default table, regardless of whether STEPINFO or other DBQL options are requested.
When enabled, the RESP pseudo step is logged even if the request aborts or experiences an error. It indicates when the logged request ends for any reason.
|For more information on…||See…|
|BEGIN QUERY LOGGING and END QUERY LOGGING statements||Teradata Vantage™ - SQL Data Definition Language Syntax and Examples, B035-1144.|
|tracking processing behavior with the DBQL||Teradata Vantage™ - Database Administration, B035-1093.|