|Subject||Re: embeded SQL log|
> do you need permanent ongoing logging of statements? If it's just ashort
> time you could save monitor output to file... but you'd need apretty big
> file (much much bigger than the database itself) if you wanted tokeep it
> going for any length of time.Actually I just wanted to take a look a the SQL statements issued by
the Clarion "SQL accelerator" ODBC driver.
For instance in Clarion to add a record you can write:
Add( Table )
and Clarion generates some sort of SQL statement.
SQLyog that connects to mySQL has that sort of logging so I can look
at what goes "through the wire" this way.
I am trying to build the largest possible DB ( hopefuly one GB+
rows ) that will initially fit on a desktop PC, just so you know ...