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11g Release 2 (11.2)

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DBA_ADVISOR_SQLW_PARAMETERS

DBA_ADVISOR_SQLW_PARAMETERS displays all workload parameters and their current values in the database.

Related View

USER_ADVISOR_SQLW_PARAMETERS displays the workload parameters and their current values owned by the current user. This view does not display the OWNER column.

Column Datatype NULL Description
OWNER VARCHAR2(30)   Owner of the task or workload object
WORKLOAD_ID NUMBER NOT NULL Unique identifier number of the workload object
WORKLOAD_NAME VARCHAR2(30)   Name of the workload object
PARAMETER_NAME VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL Name of the parameter
PARAMETER_VALUE VARCHAR2(4000) NOT NULL Value of the parameter. Numeric parameter values are converted to a string equivalent.

Possible keywords as values:

  • ALL

  • UNLIMITED

  • UNUSED

PARAMETER_TYPE VARCHAR2(10)   Datatype of the parameter:
  • NUMBER - Numeric value

  • STRING - String value. If the string contains special characters, then it will be enclosed in single quotes.

  • STRINGLIST - Comma-separated list of string elements. If a string element contains a comma or other special characters, then the element will be enclosed in single quotes.

  • TABLE - Single table reference. A reference contains a schema name, followed by an optional table name.

    If the table name is omitted or is the character %, then the table name is interpreted as a wildcard. SQL quoted identifiers are supported.

  • TABLELIST - List of one or more comma-separated table references. A reference contains a schema name, followed by an optional table name.

    If the table name is omitted or is the character %, then the table name is interpreted as a wildcard. SQL quoted identifiers are supported.