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Thread: sqliprint usage

  1. #1
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    Talking Unanswered: sqliprint usage

    where do I find information on how to use sqlidebug and sqliprint?

  2. #2
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    sqliprint is an undocumented tool.

    You normally set SQLIDEBUG in the environment where you
    start your client program:

    export SQLIDEBUG=2:/<directory_name>

    After starting your client program, there are binary files
    created under the above directory.

    You can use sqliprint to analyze these files.
    Check 'sqliprint -h'.

    You can also set SQLIDEBUG before starting 'oninit'. However
    this will produce a lot of trace files for every connected
    database session, so I would not recommend this.

    Best regards

    Eric
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  3. #3
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    I have the output file, but I want to capture the output from sqliprint to another file so I can send the tail portion to a support person.
    When I try to do sqliprint filename > output.txt it gves me an error.
    There must be some way to capture the readable output.

  4. #4
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    found it

    I got the format
    sqliprint -o (output file) (input file)

    :-)

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