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RE: A free sql analysis tool

From: Jamadagni, Rajendra <>
Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2004 11:29:45 -0800
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I have a very very basic pl/sql implementation that I am working on.


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Doh! Nothing like Google telling the world about something you put on your website. :-).

The script on the link given is something I put together after reading through Cary and Jeff's book. It's currently pretty simple, and doesn't (yet) handle recursive calls (patches are welcome :-). But for simpler traces, it does a decent job of letting you know where the time in your trace is going.

I'd appreciate any feedback, bug reports, etc. I'd like to see a robust, featureful open-source 10046 trace analyzer developed. (Competition is a good thing, right Cary? :-).

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