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This table stores query statistics information gathered during the compilation and execution of queries that run longer than the configured interval time.

 

Column NameData TypeDefaultDescription
INSTANCE_IDINT UNSIGNEDNO DEFAULT

NOT NULL

NOT DROPPABLE
Unique ID that identifies the instance from which the metric originated.
TENANT_IDINT UNSIGNEDNO DEFAULT

NOT NULL

NOT DROPPABLE
Unique ID that identifies the tenant (if any) from which the metric originated. Value is 0 (zero) if there is no tenant.
COMPONENT_IDINT UNSIGNEDDEFAULT NULLUnique ID for the component, 1 through 16.
PROCESS_IDINTDEFAULT NULLUnique ID from the operating system, which identifies the process associated with the metric.
THREAD_IDINT UNSIGNEDDEFAULT NULLThread ID for the process.
NODE_IDINT UNSIGNEDDEFAULT NULLLogical node ID from the foundation layer, which is a numeric identifier for the current node.
PNID_IDINT UNSIGNEDDEFAULT NULLPhysical node ID from the foundation layer.
HOST_IDINT UNSIGNEDNO DEFAULT

NOT NULL

NOT DROPPABLE
Host ID from the operating system, which is a numeric identifier for the current host.
IP_ADDRESS_IDCHAR(32)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLInternet Protocol (IP) address of the node from which the data for this table originated.
SEQUENCE_NUMBERINT UNSIGNEDDEFAULT NULLSequence ID generated by the data producer.
PROCESS_NAMECHAR(32)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLLogical process name of the DCS server that is handling the query and that reported the statistics.
EXEC_START_UTC_TSTIMESTAMP(6)NO DEFAULT

NOT NULL

NOT DROPPABLE
Timestamp, in Coordinated Universal Time, indicating when query execution began (that is, when an execute statement was issued for the prepared query).
QUERY_IDCHAR(160)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
NO DEFAULT

NOT NULL

NOT DROPPABLE
Unique ID for the SQL statement, generated by the SQL compiler.
USER_NAMECHAR(256 BYTES)

CHARACTER SET UTF8

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLName of the user connected to the instance.
ROLE_NAMECHAR(256 BYTES)

CHARACTER SET UTF8

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLName of the role that was granted to the user.
START_PRIORITYINT UNSIGNEDDEFAULT NULLReserved for future use.
MASTER_PROCESS_IDCHAR(64)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLProcess ID of the CPU of the DCS server that is handling the query and that reported the statistics.
SESSION_IDCHAR(108)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
NO DEFAULT

NOT NULL

NOT DROPPABLE
Unique session ID generated by the DCS server when the connection was established.
CLIENT_NAMEVARCHAR(256 CHARS)

CHARACTER SET UTF8

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLName of the client workstation.
APPLICATION_NAMECHAR(130)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLName of the client application connected to the database.
STATEMENT_IDCHAR(160)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLUnique statement ID generated by the DCS server at the time the prepare command was received.
STATEMENT_TYPECHAR(36)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLType of SQL statement specified by the SQL compiler. For details, see the STATEMENT_TYPE field.
STATEMENT_SUBTYPECHAR(36)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLSubtype of the query, which is either:
  • SQL_STMT_CTAS for a CREATE TABLE AS statement
  • SQL_STMT_NA for a statement other than CREATE TABLE AS
SUBMIT_UTC_TSTIMESTAMP(6)DEFAULT NULLTimestamp, in Coordinated Universal Time, indicating when the query first started executing. Currently, this field is same as EXEC_START_UTC_TS but will change in a future release.
COMPILE_START_UTC_TSTIMESTAMP(6)DEFAULT NULLTimestamp, in Coordinated Universal Time indicating when query compilation began (that is, when a prepare statement was issued for the query).
COMPILE_END_UTC_TSTIMESTAMP(6)DEFAULT NULLTimestamp, in Coordinated Universal Time, indicating when query compilation ended (that is, when the prepare statement completed for this query).
COMPILE_ELAPSED_TIMELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLCalculated compile time in microseconds, computed as compilation end time minus compilation start time. This value is the amount of time needed to prepare the query and is obtained from the compiler.
CMP_AFFINITY_NUMLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLAffinity value used by the compiler to determine the CPU subset for placing ESPs for the query evenly across the available processors.
CMP_DOPLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLDegree of parallelism used by the query, which is the number of ESP operators that are reused to parallelize a single fragment of the query plan. If different fragments in the same plan are parallelized to different extents, this counter reports the degree of parallelization of the fragment that is parallelized the most.
CMP_TXN_NEEDEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLIndicates whether the query is required to execute under a transaction. All SQL statements require a transaction except SELECT statements that use the READ UNCOMMITTED isolation level. Value is:
  • 1 = True
  • 0 = False
CMP_MANDATORY_X_PRODLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLFlags queries in which a join has been specified with no predicates. Joins with no predicates might result from predicate movement during optimization or simply because no predicate was specified for the join. Value is:
  • 1 = True
  • 0 = False
CMP_MISSING_STATSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLIndicates whether single-column missing statistics warnings were raised during compilation (SQLCODE 6008 or 6011). Value is:
  • 1 = True
  • 0 = False
Multi-column missing statistics warnings (SQLCODE 6007 or 6010) are not flagged in this field.
CMP_NUM_JOINSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of joins in the query plan.
CMP_FULL_SCAN_ON_TABLELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLIndicates whether the query plan will perform a full scan on at least one table. Value is:
  • 1 = True
  • 0 = False
CMP_ROWS_ACCESSED_FULL_SCANDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimated number of rows accessed by a full scan of a table. Valid only if the query plan specifies full scan on table.

If the query plan contains more than one full scan operation, the largest number of rows accessed by all scans is reported here.

Value is:

  • Largest number of rows accessed
  • 0.0 when a full scan was performed on an empty table
  • -1.0 when the query plan did not specify full scan on table
EST_ACCESSED_ROWSDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimate of the total ROWS_ACCESSED.
EST_USED_ROWSDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimate of the total ROWS_RETRIEVED.
CMP_COMPILER_IDCHAR(28)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLUnique ID for a compiler process, including a timestamp, CPU number, PIN number, and node number.
CMP_CPU_PATH_LENGTHLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLEstimated CPU path length for a query. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
CMP_CPU_BINDERLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLEstimated CPU usage in the binder for a query. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
CMP_CPU_NORMALIZERLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLEstimated CPU usage in the normalizer for a query. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
CMP_CPU_ANALYZERLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLEstimated CPU usage in the analyzer for a query. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
CMP_CPU_OPTIMIZERLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLEstimated CPU usage in the optimizer for a query. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
CMP_CPU_GENERATORLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLEstimated CPU usage in the generator for a query. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
CMP_METADATA_CACHE_HITSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of hits to the metadata table. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
CMP_METADATA_CACHE_LOOKUPSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of lookups on the metadata table. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
CMP_QUERY_CACHE_STATUSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLIndicates the query cache state for a specific compilation, such as query is cacheable, hit, miss, and so on.
CMP_HISTOGRAM_CACHE_HITSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of hits to the histogram cache.
CMP_HISTOGRAM_CACHE_LOOKUPSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of lookups on the histogram cache.
CMP_STMT_HEAP_SIZELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLSize of the statement heap in MB. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
CMP_CONTEXT_HEAP_SIZELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLSize of the context heap in MB.
CMP_OPTIMIZATION_TASKSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of optimization tasks created for a query. The estimate is determined when query is prepared.
CMP_OPTIMIZATION_CONTEXTSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of contexts created for a query. The estimate is determined when query is prepared.
CMP_IS_RECOMPILESMALLINTDEFAULT NULLIndicates if query is re-compiled or not.
EST_NUM_SEQ_IOSDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimated number of sequential IOs for a query. The estimate is determined when query is prepared.
EST_NUM_RAND_IOSDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimated number of random IOs for a query. The estimate is determined when query is prepared.
EST_COSTDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimated total cost (time in seconds) of the SQL operations for this query in the Master Executor. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
EST_CARDINALITYDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimated number of rows that will be returned. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
EST_IO_TIMEDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimate of the number of seconds of I/O time (seeks plus data transfer) to perform the I/O for this query. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
EST_MSG_TIMEDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimate of the number of seconds required for the messaging for this query, including local and remote messages and the amount of data sent. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
EST_IDLE_TIMEDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimate of the number of seconds to wait for an operation to complete (for example, opening a table or starting a process). The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
EST_CPU_TIMEDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimate of the number of seconds of processor time it might take to execute instructions for this operator. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
EST_TOTAL_TIMEDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimated time in seconds for the SQL operations for this query. This estimate includes estimates of I/O time, Message time, and Node time and does not include Idle time. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
EST_TOTAL_MEMDOUBLE PRECISIONDEFAULT NULLEstimate, in kilobytes, of the memory that the query plan will use. The value is computed based on operators that could potentially consume large amounts of memory: Hash Join, Hash Groupby, Sort, Merge Join, and Sequence.
EST_RESOURCE_USAGELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLEstimate of the number of seconds of processor time that it might take to execute the query. The estimate is determined when the query is prepared.
AGGREGATE_OPTIONCHAR(3)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLIndicates whether this is an aggregated record. Value is Yes or No.
CMP_NUMBER_OF_BMOSINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of Big Memory Operators (BMOs) in the query execution plan. The BMOs are hash join, hash groupby, sort, and merge join. When the quota or limit is reached on the BMOs' memory usage in an executor process, the memory overflow is written to a scratch file.
CMP_OVERFLOW_MODECHAR(10)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLType of overflow mode that has been configured for the system. The overflow mode represents the type of device to which the memory overflow is written. The overflow mode might one of these values:
  • DISK for a hard disk drive
  • SSD for a solid-state drive
CMP_OVERFLOW_SIZELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLOverflow size in kilobytes.
AGGREGATE_TOTALLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLTotal number of queries aggregated.
STATS_ERROR_CODEINTDEFAULT NULLInternal error code, if any, returned by the Runtime Management System (RMS) infrastructure while obtaining statistics for the query. This error code indicates whether the query completed successfully or with warnings or errors:
  • Positive number – warning
  • Negative number – error
  • Zero (0) or 100 – success
Example: Warning 8922 – one or more nodes did not report statistics for this query.
QUERY_ELAPSED_TIMELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLElapsed clock time, in microseconds, from the time when the query started executing to the time when the results were returned.
SQL_PROCESS_BUSY_TIMELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLAn approximation, in microseconds, of the total node time spent in the Master Executor process and all ESPs involved in the query. This value is cumulative across all ESPs across all nodes.
DISK_PROCESS_BUSY_TIMELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLCPU time, in microseconds, for all disk processes involved in executing the query.
DISK_IOSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of physical disk I/O operations (reads or writes) caused by accessing the table.
NUM_SQL_PROCESSESLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of SQL processes involved in the execution of the query.
SQL_SPACE_ALLOCATEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLAmount of static memory, in kilobytes, allocated (reserved) for query processes (Master Executor and ESPs) at the beginning of query execution. This value remains constant for the duration of query execution.
SQL_SPACE_USEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLAmount of static memory, in kilobytes, used by query processes (Master Executor and ESPs) at the end of query execution. This value should be less than or equal to the SQL_SPACE_ALLOCATED value.
SQL_HEAP_ALLOCATEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLAmount of dynamic memory, in kilobytes, allocated (reserved) for query processes (Master Executor and ESPs) at the beginning of query execution. The processes that execute the query request this memory during execution, thus the amount can change as the query runs.
SQL_HEAP_USEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLAmount of dynamic memory, in kilobytes, actually used for query processes (Master Executor and ESPs) during query execution. This is the value at the end of query execution.
TOTAL_MEM_ALLOCLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLTotal memory allocated to the query. This is the sum of SQL_SPACE_USED and SQL_HEAP_USED.
MAX_MEM_USEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLMaximum memory, in kilobytes, used during the lifetime of the query.
TRANSACTION_IDCHAR(25)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLTransaction identifier, in internal format, of the transaction involved in executing the query.
NUM_REQUEST_MSGSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of messages that are initiated from the Master Executor process to ESPs or from ESP to ESP. This count includes both control and data messages.
NUM_REQUEST_MSG_BYTESLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of message bytes sent as part of NUM_REQUEST_MSGS.
NUM_REPLY_MSGSLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of reply messages from ESPs.
NUM_REPLY_MSG_BYTESLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of bytes sent as part of the replies from ESPs.
FIRST_RESULT_RETURN_UTC_TSTIMESTAMP(6)DEFAULT NULLTimestamp, in Coordinated Universal Time, when SQL sends the first result row to the Master Executor process.
ROWS_RETURNED_TO_MASTERLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of rows returned from the root operator to the Master Executor process and to the application in both the regular fetch and rowset fetch.
PARENT_QUERY_IDCHAR(160)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLQuery ID for the immediate parent of the query. If the parent query ID is not present, the value returned is NONE. TIP: You can use the parent query ID to relate a child SQL statement to an immediate parent and then trace the relationship to find the original SQL statement.
PARENT_SYSTEM_NAMECHAR(128)

CHARACTER SET ISO88591

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLIf the query is the child of a parent query, this value is either:
  • SAME if the child query is running on the same Trafodion cluster as the parent query.
  • Name of the system where the parent query is running if different than the system where the child query is running.
If the query is not the child of a parent query, this value is NONE.
EXEC_END_UTC_TSTIMESTAMP(6)DEFAULT NULLTimestamp, in Coordinated Universal Time, indicating when query execution ended. TIP: You can use this value to monitor whether the query is still running.
MASTER_EXECUTION_TIMELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLCPU processing time, in microseconds, from the time when the query starts executing to the time when the results are returned. It does not include CPU time consumed by SQL executor child processes (ESPs) or disk processes for the query.
EXECUTION_ELAPSED_TIMELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLCurrently, this field is same as QUERY_ELAPSED_TIME but will change in a future release.
ERROR_CODEINTDEFAULT NULLQuery error code returned to the client. If the DCS process stops or fails, this field is set to 201. In this case, the last statistics available from SQL are retrievable from this repository table.
SQL_ERROR_CODEINTDEFAULT NULLTop-level error code returned by the query, indicating whether the query completed successfully or with warnings or errors:
  • A value of 100 indicates a completed SELECT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement with actual end statistics.
  • Zero (0) indicates a completed INSERT statement or an incomplete query.
  • Any other type of positive number indicates a warning.
  • A negative number indicates an error.
ERROR_TEXTVARCHAR(2000 CHARS)

CHARACTER SET UTF8

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLMessage text of the error returned by SQL. See the SQL_ERROR_CODE field.
QUERY_TEXTVARCHAR(50000 CHARS)

CHARACTER SET UTF8

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLSQL text for the query. A maximum of 14000 characters is written per row.
EXPLAIN_PLANVARCHAR(50000 CHARS)

CHARACTER SET UTF8

COLLATE DEFAULT
DEFAULT NULLSimple, basic information contained in the query execution plan. This information is formatted for readability and limited to 79 characters (one line) per operator. It is similar to the EXPLAIN OPTIONS 'f' output. For more information, see the Trafodion SQL Reference Manual (pdf, 3.9 MB).
LAST_ERROR_BEFORE_AQRINTDEFAULT NULLLast error code that caused the query to be automatically retried.
DELAY_TIME_BEFORE_AQR_SECLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLDelay time in seconds before the query was automatically retried.
TOTAL_NUM_AQR_RETRIESLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLTotal number of times that the query was retried.
MSG_BYTES_TO_DISKLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLSize, in bytes, of the total amount of message data sent to the disk process.
MSGS_TO_DISKLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of messages sent to the disk process (that is, the number of messages exchanged between the file system and the disk process).
ROWS_ACCESSEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLTotal number of rows accessed in each table by all the scan, insert, update, and delete operators in the query plan.
ROWS_RETRIEVEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLTotal number of rows retrieved and/or actually used by the statement. This value is the number of rows that were returned by the Executor in Disk (EID) process after evaluating non-key predicates.
NUM_ROWS_IUDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of rows actually inserted, updated, or deleted in the base tables by the query.
PROCESSES_CREATEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of new processes created by the executor on behalf of this process.
PROCESS_CREATE_BUSY_TIMELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLTime, in microseconds, the executor spent creating new processes.
OVF_FILE_COUNTLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of scratch files that are created to execute the query. The default size of a scratch file is two gigabytes.
OVF_SPACE_ALLOCATEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLSpace allocated for memory overflow, in kilobytes, which is the number of scratch files that are used multiplied by two gigabytes, which is the maximum size of a scratch file.
OVF_SPACE_USEDLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLSpace used for memory overflow, in kilobytes, which is the same as OVF_BUFFER_BYTES_WRITTEN.
OVF_BLOCK_SIZELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLSize, in kilobytes, of the buffer block that is used to read from or write to a scratch file.
OVF_WRITE_READ_COUNTLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of file-system calls involved in writing and reading buffer blocks to and from scratch files, which is the sum of OVF_WRITE_COUNT and OVF_READ_COUNT.
OVF_WRITE_COUNTLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of file-system calls involved in writing buffer blocks to scratch files. One call writes multiple buffer blocks at once.
OVF_BUFFER_BLOCKS_WRITTENLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of buffer blocks written to scratch files.
OVF_BUFFER_BYTES_WRITTENLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLTotal size of the buffer blocks written to scratch files, in kilobytes, which is OVF_BUFFER_BLOCKS_WRITTEN multiplied by OVF_BLOCK_SIZE.
OVF_READ_COUNTLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of file-system calls involved in reading buffer blocks from scratch files. One call reads multiple buffer blocks at once.
OVF_BUFFER_BLOCKS_READLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of buffer blocks read from scratch files.
OVF_BUFFER_BYTES_READLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLTotal size of the buffer blocks read from scratch files, in kilobytes, which is OVF_BUFFER_BLOCKS_READ multiplied by OVF_BLOCK_SIZE.
NUM_NODESLARGEINTDEFAULT NULLNumber of SQL nodes that are processing the query.
UDR_PROCESS_BUSY_TIMELARGEINTDEFAULT NULLIf the query is a CALL statement, this value is the total CPU busy time in microseconds spent in the UDR server process. The UDR server process handles the execution of a CALL statement and the stored procedure (that is, Java method) that the CALL statement invokes. If the query is not a CALL statement, this value is 0.
PERTABLE_STATSINTDEFAULT NULLIndicates whether per-table statistics have been recorded for the query:
  • 1 = True, meaning per-table statistics were collected for the query.
  • 0 = False, meaning per-table statistics were not collected for the query.
  • NULL indicates that the query has not yet finished executing.

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STATEMENT_TYPE Field

The following table provides the compiler-provided values for the STATEMENT_TYPE field of METRIC_QUERY_TABLE. The suffix _UNIQUE indicates that the statement operates on a single row. The suffix _NON_UNIQUE indicates that the statement could operate on multiple rows.

Compiler-Provided ValueStatement or Commands
SQL_SELECT_UNIQUESELECT,TABLE
SQL_SELECT_NON_UNIQUESELECT,TABLE,EXPLAIN
SQL_INSERT_UNIQUEINSERT,VALUES
SQL_INSERT_NON_UNIQUEINSERT,VALUES
SQL_UPDATE_UNIQUEUPDATE
SQL_UPDATE_NON_UNIQUEUPDATE
SQL_DELETE_UNIQUEDELETE
SQL_DELETE_NON_UNIQUEDELETE
SQL_CONTROLCONTROL QUERY DEFAULT
SQL_SET_TRANSACTIONSET TRANSACTION
SQL_SET_SCHEMASET SCHEMA
SQL_OTHER

ALTER/CREATE/DROP TABLE
ALTER/CREATE/DROP VIEW
CREATE/DROP INDEX
CREATE/DROP SCHEMA
GRANT/REVOKE
ROLLBACK WORK
BEGIN WORK
COMMIT WORK

SQL_CALL_NO_RESULT_SETSCALL statements that do not return result sets
SQL_CALL_WITH_RESULT_SETSCALL statements that return result sets
SQL_CAT_UTILUPDATE STATISTICS, POPULATE INDEX
SQL_EXE_UTILPURGEDATA
SQL_EXEC_INSERT_RWRSInsert using the LOAD command

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