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  1. #1
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    event monitor for statements will keep the sql
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    Thanks for the answer przytula_guy, but i have more things needed in database group like connections_top, failed_sql_stmts, rows_updated .
    There is good amount of information if I figure out conditions that records inserted to db monitoring table.

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    When i tried to update original post it disappeared.

    The situation was not getting event monitor for database data, I thought some stats collected realtime but I guess that isn't the way this type of monitoring works. I needed to flush event monitor to get the data.

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