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Alert-File über External Table auswerten

Mapping the Oracle alert log is easy and once defined, all you have to do is query it with standard SQL syntax: create directory BDUMP as   ‚/software/oracle/oracleBase/diag/rdbms/alkisrep/alkisrep/trace‘; create table    alert_log ( msg varchar2(80) ) organization external (    type oracle_loader    default directory BDUMP    access parameters (       records delimited by newline […]