Use this dialog to specify how you collect query statistics for estimating best summaries. For example, to use query statistics where queries exceed a specified amount of CPU time.
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Use these criteria to search for statistics to populate the Select a query to be summarized field.
Use this field to specify how recent the query statistic must be to qualify for the query list.
Use this field to specify the minimum time required to execute the query on the database server.
Use this field to specify the minimum time required to execute the query on the client workstation.
Use this field to specify the minimum number of runs executed for the selected query. The runs might have been executed by different users at different times, but all used the same combination of folders and items.
Use this button to search for query statistics matching the search criteria specified above and display them in the Select a query to be summarized list.
This list displays query statistics matching the search criteria specified.
Select a query from the list to display the query's folders, joins and items in the lower right panel of the dialog, and activate the Next button.
The #Hits column records the number of times a query has been run by end users.
Summary folders built using Query statistics are refreshed by Discoverer.
A check mark or cube icon indicates that the current query has found a matching summary folder from a previous query. The symbol indicates an exact match that includes all objects.