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View report query (Log/Audit)

Hi,

We are using Crystal 2008 with Oracle database as the report source.

We are having problems with some report queries in that they don't return any data. We think that they are passing multi valued string data in incorrect format with respect quotes, etc. There are no errors. We need to see exact what queries are being submitted by Crystal to the database which can help us fix our apps passing in parameter values to reports.

Are there any log files or audit tables that capture SQL queries submitted by Crystal to Oracle? If so could you please tell us how and where we can get at them ?

These are production issues therefore we are looking for some quick answers.

We appreciate any help, thanks in advance.

M

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2009 at 07:15 PM

    click on Database -> Show SQL Query, which should give you a pretty good picture of what is being sent to the database.

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      Our apps are dynamically passing in lists of parameter values (many multi valued which go into the SQL 'IN', etc.). We have a pretty good handle on the design time query that you pointed out, but we need to see the query being submitted at run time with all the bind variables filled in.

      I hope I was clear, can we see the query exactly as it is submitted to Oracle for execution?

      thanks again

  • Posted on Oct 02, 2009 at 09:31 PM

    Please re-post if this is still an issue to the .NET Development - Crystal Reports Forum or purchase a case and have a dedicated support engineer work with your directly

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