17.00 - EventsV[X] - Teradata Database

Teradata Vantageā„¢ - Data Dictionary

prodname
Advanced SQL Engine
Teradata Database
vrm_release
17.00
created_date
June 2020
category
Administration
Programming Reference
featnum
B035-1092-170K

Category: Operations

Database: DBC

View Column Data Type Format Comment
CreateDate DATE NOT NULL YY/MM/DD Returns the date when the event took place.
CreateTime FLOAT NOT NULL 99:99:99.99 Returns the time when the event took place.
EventNum INTEGER NOT NULL --,---,---,--9 Returns the client system event number of the restore operation.
EventType CHAR(30) LATIN NOT CASESPECIFIC NOT NULL X(30) Returns the type of event that occurred.
UserName VARCHAR(128) UNICODE NOT CASESPECIFIC NOT NULL X(128) Returns the username associated with the event.
DatabaseName VARCHAR(128) UNICODE NOT CASESPECIFIC NOT NULL X(128) Returns the name of the database in which the event occurred.
ObjectType CHAR(1) LATIN NOT CASESPECIFIC X(1) This field gives the level of object that was specified for the event.This is a D is for database level, T for table level,Q for Backup or restore of selected partitions or J for journal.
AllAmpsFlag CHAR(1) LATIN NOT CASESPECIFIC NOT NULL X(1) Returns a code that indicates whether the event was executed on all AMPs, clusters, or processors.
RestartSeqNum SMALLINT ---,--9 Returns an integer (0 through n) to indicate the number of times that the Teradata Database had to be restarted during the event. 0 indicates that no restarts took place.
OperationInProcess CHAR(1) LATIN NOT CASESPECIFIC NOT NULL X(1) Returns a code to indicate whether the event is still processing. The following codes are used: Y = Yes, N = No.
TableName VARCHAR(128) UNICODE NOT CASESPECIFIC X(128) Returns he name of the table affected by the event. If the object is a database, then the value is set to NULL.
CheckPointName VARCHAR(128) UNICODE NOT CASESPECIFIC X(128) Returns the checkpoint name as specified by the user in the CHECKPOINT statement.
LinkingEventNum INTEGER --,---,---,--9 Returns the terminating event number specified by the user for a rollforward or rollbackward event.
DataSetName VARCHAR(44) UNICODE NOT CASESPECIFIC X(44) Returns the client system data set name for a dump or restore event.
LockMode CHAR(1) LATIN NOT CASESPECIFIC X(1) Returns a code to indicate the type of lock used by the event. The codes are as follows: A = ACCESS or Group READ, R = full READ.
JournalUsed CHAR(1) LATIN NOT CASESPECIFIC X(1) Returns one of the following codes to indicate which part of the journal table was used: C = Current, R = Restored, S = Saved.
JournalSaved CHAR(1) LATIN NOT CASESPECIFIC X(1) Returns one of the following codes to indicate whether or not the SAVE option was used in the event: Y = Yes, N = No.
IndexPresent CHAR(1) LATIN NOT CASESPECIFIC X(1) Returns Y (yes) or N (no) to indicate whether or not the INDEX option was used in a dump event.
DupeDumpSet CHAR(1) LATIN NOT CASESPECIFIC X(1) Returns a code to indicate whether the dump event created a duplicate archive dataset.