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RE: How to find the last execution time of a Procedure.

From: Jamadagni, Rajendra <>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2004 10:59:34 -0800
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But you better check with experts as my knowledge of x$ is feather-weight ... also there is a column on x$kglob called kglhdexc ... to me it seems the execution count (I feel like "Mr. Monk" already). so if execution count is > 0 then you can say that it actually got executed.

But if this doesn't work, in the next CTOUG meeting, I'll try to hide away from you.


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Thanks for input Raj.

I was also thinking on the same lines (Querying v$views periodically and store it in some metadata table) if there is no easier way to figure out from DBA_ views.

As far as changing the production code, as you know, It has to go thru the dev/test databases first and then go thru the release process to implement into the production. It is painful process.

I will use x$kglob instead of changing production code and all that release stuff. Thanks for your help, Raj.

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