connect "DSN=demo"; Connection successful: DSN=demo;UID=testuser;DataStore=/scratch/testuser/demo; DatabaseCharacterSet=AL32UTF8;ConnectionCharacterSet=AL32UTF8;PermSize=128; TypeMode=0; (Default setting AutoCommit=1) You can then execute SQL statements or ttIsql commands at the Command> prompt. Typically you will need to do two things for the incremental refresh: DELETE some data from the aggregate table for the latest date range (eg on a weekly aggregate table, current Bug295925 - JPQL parameter tests failed on Timesten 11.2 with SQL syntax error Summary: JPQL parameter tests failed on Timesten 11.2 with SQL syntax error Status: NEW Product: EclipseLink Classification: RT If the TimesTen daemon is not running, please start it by running "ttDaemonAdmin -start". my review here
Command> connect "DSN=MY_DSN"; Connection successful: DSN=MY_DSN;DataStore=E:\ds\MY_DSN;DRIVER= E:\WINNT\System32\TTdv1122.dll; (Default setting AutoCommit=1) Command> timing 1; Command> create table t1 (key number not null primary key, value char(20)); Execution time (SQLExecute) = 0.007247 seconds. Note: See the createandloadfromoraquery command in "ttIsql" in the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database Reference for full details on syntax, requirements, restrictions, and required privileges. When you are finished, reset tracing to the default values. An automatic bind variable can be used in the same manner of any bind variable.
TimesTen: AL32UTF8, Oracle: WE8MSWIN1252 5109: Cache Connect general error: BDB connection not open. Retrieval of information on database structures. All rights reserved. Command> SET AUTOVARIABLES ON; Command> CALL TTCONFIGURATION('PLSQL'); PARAMNAME, PARAMVALUE < PLSQL, 1 > 1 row found.
But tran 1.21 (pid 2564) has it in Xn (request was Xn). Information about autorefresh is provided for the testuser.readcache cache group, the testuser.readtab root table and the autorefresh interval. For the first connection, autocommit is on. Timesten Sql Commands If neither file exists, the editor creates the specified file in the current working directory.
The data refresh, using the SQL extracted from Aggregate Persistence and TimesTen's CreateAndLoadFromOraQuery command. The contents of the file are executed as a single ttIsql command. This step is run each time the aggregate data needs to be refreshed Step-by-step - Part 1 - Initial build Make sure the Database Features for Exalytics in the your RPD Prime on the product symbol How can I pull a wire through a pipe that has too many turns for fish tape?
a, A Add ("Insert after") mode, Append at end of line R Replace mode. Timesten Show Tables Command> SELECT * FROM LOOKUP; < 1, ABC > 1 row found. or Create a new user on Oracle, using the TimesTen username. Support, Limitations & Troubleshooting The 220.127.116.11 version of TimesTen, which provides the new CreateAndLoadFromOraQuery command, is only certified as part of the Exalytics patchset 2 (v18.104.22.168).
The example below displays the online description for the connect and disconnect commands. If more granular security is required then see the documentation for information on the privileges that can be granted to individual objects To test the connection between TimesTen and Oracle, use Syntax Error In Sql Statement At Or About 10713 There are two ways to read the contents of the trace buffer: From the Trace prompt, use the outfile command to direct the trace buffer data to a file. Ttisql i, I Insert mode, Insert mode at beginning of the line.
Aggregate Persistence does not currently support incremental refresh. this page Then flush the buffer so that the trace does not report past SQL statements. % ttTraceMon demo Trace monitor; empty line to exit Trace > outfile SQLtrace.txt Trace > level sql Using the ttIsql dssize command The dssize command is used to report the current memory status of the permanent and temporary memory regions as well as the maximum, allocated and in-use Using the ttTraceMon utility Use the ttTraceMon utility to log various trace information on a number of TimesTen components. Ttisql Show Tables
close - Closes the result set cursor on a previously executed statement that generated a result set. For more information on using the ttIsql history command, see "Using the ttIsql command history". Holder SQL (update t1 set y1=y1 where x1=1) The command failed. get redirected here Command> DESCRIBE employees; Table ORATT.EMPLOYEES: Columns: EMPLOYEE_ID NUMBER (6) NOT NULL FIRST_NAME VARCHAR2 (20) INLINE LAST_NAME VARCHAR2 (25) INLINE NOT NULL EMAIL VARCHAR2 (25) INLINE NOT NULL PHONE_NUMBER VARCHAR2 (20) INLINE
You can also use the column alias to avoid duplication of column names in the result table. Timesten Commands The following example selects all rows from the employees table. sequences and allsequences - Lists sequences.
Note: If the evaluation returns any unsupported data types or if the query cannot be executed on the Oracle database, such as from a syntax error, a warning is logged and For example, the following sets DEADLOCK tracing to level 4 in ttTraceMon: Trace > level deadlock 4 LOCK tracing Use the LOCK component to trace the locking behavior of your application This number corresponds to the ConnID shown in the ttStatus output. When autocommit is turned off, transactions must be committed or rolled back manually by executing the ttIsql commit, commitdurable or rollback commands.
When you specify a file parameter, the editor edits the specified file. c1, c2, etc. Compare to source data on Oracle: select T42406.PER_NAME_YEAR as c1, sum(T42442.Revenue) as c2 from BISAMPLE.SAMP_TIME_QTR_D T42406 /* D03 Time Quarter Grain */ , BISAMPLE.SAMP_REVENUE_FA2 T42442 /* F21 Rev. (Aggregate 2) */ useful reference free - Closes a previously prepared statement.
How to configure TimesTen to generate SNMP traps and how to receive the traps is described in "Diagnostics through SNMP Traps" in the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database Error Messages and SNMP The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. The following example shows that the columns returns from ttConfiguration built-in procedure are paramname and paramvalue. The isolation can be changed only at the beginning of a transaction.
SQLCMDID must be in lowercase. 6 - Documentation / Reference timesten/explain.txt · Last modified: 2013/06/14 16:26 by gerardnico (TimesTen|TT) (In-Memory Database|IMDB) 81 pagesAgingIMDB Cache (Cache Oracle Table)Cache AgentHow to set up Command> autocommit 0; Command> update test set y1=y1 where x1=1; 1 row updated. Using the ttStatus utility Use the ttStatus utility to check the status of the TimesTen daemon and the state of all TimesTen connections. The following example creates a table on the Oracle database, where employee_id is a column with a PRIMARY KEY constraints and email is a column with a UNIQUE constraint.
Command> prepare SELECT * FROM T1 WHERE KEY=?; Assigning new prepared command id = 0. For example, instead of using SELECT C1+1 FROM T1, use SELECT C1 + 1 C2 FROM T1, which would create a column named C2. createandloadfromoraquery EXALYTICS.ag_1 select T42406.PER_NAME_YEAR as c1, sum(T42442.Revenue) as c2 from BISAMPLE.SAMP_TIME_QTR_D T42406 /* D03 Time Quarter Grain */ , BISAMPLE.SAMP_REVENUE_FA2 T42442 /* F21 Rev. (Aggregate 2) */ where ( T42406.QTR_KEY = For example, if you are tracing SQL at level 4, your output includes lines for levels 2 (prepare), 3 (execute), and 4 (open, close, fetch).
Corresponds to a SQLExecute call followed by one or more calls to SQLFetch. The following ttIsql commands are commonly used when troubleshooting: monitor formats the contents of the SYS.MONITOR table. However, the output for the SQL, API, LOCK, ERR, AGING and AUTOREFRESH components may be useful to you when you are troubleshooting application problems. To do this, connect to TimesTen database and set up required username to match Oracle.
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