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One of my customers has lost the global temporary table "satmp_request_profile" in their productive SQL Anywhere 1201 database. Now they cannot run our standard logging tools with sa_get_request_profile. Is there a way to recreate this particular table in a way that is compatible with sa_get_request_profile?

I did a dummy recreate in my own database with

DROP TABLE dbo.satmp_request_profile;
CREATE GLOBAL TEMPORARY TABLE IF NOT EXISTS dbo.satmp_request_profile (
  stmt_id   INTEGER NOT NULL DEFAULT AUTOINCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
  uses      INTEGER NOT NULL,
  total_ms  INTEGER NOT NULL,
  avg_ms    INTEGER NOT NULL,
  max_ms    INTEGER NOT NULL,
  prefix    LONG VARCHAR NOT NULL
);

but the sa_get_request_profile did not fill in the actual data.

--Richard

asked 20 Jun '13, 04:48

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edited 20 Jun '13, 08:39

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Mark Culp
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Your definition is almost correct... you need to add "not transactional" to the table definition.

CREATE GLOBAL TEMPORARY TABLE IF NOT EXISTS dbo.satmp_request_profile (
  stmt_id   INTEGER NOT NULL DEFAULT AUTOINCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
  uses      INTEGER NOT NULL,
  total_ms  INTEGER NOT NULL,
  avg_ms    INTEGER NOT NULL,
  max_ms    INTEGER NOT NULL,
  prefix    LONG VARCHAR NOT NULL
) NOT TRANSACTIONAL;
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answered 20 Jun '13, 08:42

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