Creates a rule or replaces the current rule with the rule you specify.
See BEGIN QUERY LOGGING for examples.
The REPLACE QUERY LOGGING syntax corresponds to the BEGIN QUERY LOGGING syntax. REPLACE QUERY LOGGING replaces an existing rule. BEGIN QUERY LOGGING creates the new rules that REPLACE QUERY LOGGING requests replace.
If a REPLACE QUERY LOGGING request specifies a rule that does not already exist, the request creates a new rule, similar to a BEGIN QUERY LOGGING request.
This statement is a Teradata extension to the ANSI SQL:2011 standard.
EXECUTE privilege on the macro DBC.DBQLAccessMacro.
If a rule is not already set, creates a rule to satisfy the request.
To use the MODE option, EXECUTE privilege on DBC.DBQLModeMacro.