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11g Release 1 (11.1)

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DBA_HIST_BASELINE_TEMPLATE

DBA_HIST_BASELINE_TEMPLATE displays the templates used by the system for baseline generation. The system uses this information to determine which baselines should be automatically created or removed.

Column Datatype NULL Description
DBID NUMBER NOT NULL Database ID
TEMPLATE_ID NUMBER NOT NULL Internal ID for the template
TEMPLATE_NAME VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL Name of the template
TEMPLATE_TYPE VARCHAR2(9) NOT NULL Type of the template, as follows:

SINGLE - one time period

REPEATING - maintain a time period

BASELINE_NAME_PREFIX VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL Name to use for the baselines that are created:

For a template type of SINGLE, the BASELINE_NAME_PREFIX is the name that will be used.

For a template type of REPEATING, the BASELINE_NAME will be the prefix to the name.

START_TIME DATE NOT NULL For a template type of SINGLE, this is the start time for future baselines

For a template type of REPEATING, this is the effective start time that baselines should start being generated.

END_TIME DATE NOT NULL For a template type of SINGLE, this is the end time for future baselines.

For a template type of REPEATING, this is the effective end time that baselines should stop being generated.

DAY_OF_WEEK VARCHAR2(9)   For a template type of REPEATING, this indicates the day of the week to create the baseline: SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, ALL.
HOUR_IN_DAY NUMBER   For a template type of REPEATING, a value from 0 - 23 to indicate the hour of the day to create the baseline for.
DURATION NUMBER   For a template type of REPEATING, the length of time for the baseline to be created.
EXPIRATION NUMBER   How long to keep the baseline, in number of days
REPEAT_INTERVAL VARCHAR2(128)   String that represents the time repeating information in the format used by the DBMS_SCHEDULER package
LAST_GENERATED DATE   Last time a baseline was generated for this template