With SQL Anywhere 17, is there a way to log SQL statements manually typed by the user in the DBISQL GUI and executed? We had ways to do this with SQL Anywhere 9 and early versions of SQL Anywhere 12, but those have been deprecated in SQL Anywhere 17.

Command line arguments to DBISQL or configuration setting the database are both acceptable for our purposes. Logging to a file or logging to the database are both acceptable for our purposes.

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This barely-readable text file may or may not be of any use to you:

C:\Users\[user]\AppData\Roaming\SAP\DBISQL 17\.dbisqlHistory17

The layout has changed significantly from V16, possibly reflecting the significant changes made to the ISQL History tab in the Results pane.

See also right mouse - Save History on the ISQL History tab.

See also the new ISQL - Tools - Option... History tab.

(02 Aug, 13:54) Breck Carter
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