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  1. #1
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    Unhappy

    In OEM 2.1 diagnostics pack, I recall in TOPSESSIONS you could see a list of a users previous SQL statements and do explain plans on them. In the 9i version all I seem to be able to see is the current statement.

    Is it possible in either TOPSESSIONS or basic SQL to see such a history.

    I only care about connected sessions, and I would like to see an order history of their statements not even going too far back, a few minutes at most.

    regards, John.

  2. #2
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    Cool

    Since you are using 9i and OEM you can use LogMiner Viewer to get this information.

    Configure LogMiner with either redo logs or online data dictionary support, and use the GUI to get this info.

    Hope that helps,

    clio_usa
    OCP DBA 8/8i/9i
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    v$sql

    logminer is to see DML/DDL not queries

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    V$sql keep only sql statments without information about session ID

    Probably u can see only current and previous sql statment only one) for session id
    if u have to use v$sql + v$session something like:

    select vs.sid,
    s1.sql_text current_stmt,
    s2.sql_text previous_stmt
    from v$session vs,
    v$sql s1,
    v$sql s2
    where vs.SQL_ADDRESS = s1.ADDRESS and
    vs.PREV_SQL_ADDR = s2.ADDRESS
    and
    s1.ADDRESS <> s2.ADDRESS union
    select vs.sid,
    s1.sql_text current_stmt,
    '*' previous_stmt
    from v$session vs,
    v$sql s1
    where vs.SQL_ADDRESS = s1.ADDRESS and
    vs.PREV_SQL_ADDR = vs.SQL_ADDRESS
    /

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