Anyone knows how to see the lastActivity of each connection?

asked 16 Nov '15, 11:38

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If by "last Activity" you mean what did each connection do, when did it do it, then the easy answer is to use

select connection_property( 'LastReqTime', connid ),
       connection_property( 'LastStatement', connid )

to get this information about connection connid

See this documentation page for a full list of information about each connection that can be obtained by using connection_property() or connection_extended_property()

You can also get the connection activity information by using the sa_conn_activity() procedure.

FWIW: You can get the full list of properties for a connection (or all connections) by using the sa_conn_properties() procedure.

HTH

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answered 16 Nov '15, 11:48

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edited 16 Nov '15, 14:37

Exactly how is connection_extended_property called without the second argument but with the third argument?

AFAIK in this context connection_property is the function of choice.

(16 Nov '15, 14:35) Breck Carter
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One doesn't try to omit a parameter ;-). I corrected my answer to use connection_property()

(16 Nov '15, 14:40) Mark Culp
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