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Evmon_Format_Ue_To_Tables

evmon_format_ue_to_tables ( ‘locking’, null, null, null, null, null, ‘recreate_onerror’, -1, ‘select * from lock order by event_timestamp’) The results of the call are as follows: The XSR object does not exist, so the default DB2EvmonLocking.

xsd schema file is parsed to identify the set of relational tables.

, The EVMON_FORMAT_UE_TO_TABLES procedure examines the UE table produced by an event monitor, and extracts the data it contains into relational tables that you can query.

The number of tables produced depends on the type of event monitor; and the logical data #, 23/01/2012 Thanks.

I used the EVMON_FORMAT_UE_TO_TABLES function.

I did note that it produced quite a load when creating the tables for the first time (or subsequently if using the RECREATE_FORCE option).

May need to take care on a production system.

Its annoying that the function can create duplicates in the formatted tables so you either need to.

, DB6LW_PARTICIPANT is an SAP Structure so does not store data like a database table does but can be used to process “DB6: EVMON_FORMAT_UE_TO_TABLES participant” Information within sap ABAP programs.

This is done by declaring abap internal tables, work areas or #, The Information Management Specialists Consider # Insert Time Clustered Tables #Rows clustered by insert time #Very predominant usage pattern: rows inserted together are often deleted together #Results in many extents naturally becoming empty after deletions #ITC tables cluster data by using a virtual column which clusters rows that are inserted at similar, 23/01/2012 Thanks.

I used the EVMON_FORMAT_UE_TO_TABLES function.

I did note that it produced quite a load when creating the tables for the first time (or subsequently if using the RECREATE_FORCE option).

May need to take care on a production system.

Its annoying that the function can create duplicates in the formatted tables so you either need to.

evmon_format_ue_to_tables