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The following table provides a list of the Database Applications metrics that are collected, and a description for each.
The name of the monitored database.
The database partition from which the data was retrieved for this row.
The name of the application running on the client.
The elapsed time (in seconds) spent processing an SQL request on a host database server.
The foreground or background status of the application.
The number of rows read from the table.
The number of rows changed (inserted, deleted, or updated) in the table.
The number of seconds since an application issued any requests to the server. This includes applications that have not terminated a transaction (for example, not issued a commit or rollback).
The total CPU time (in seconds) used by the application.
The user CPU time (in seconds) used by the application.
The system CPU time (in seconds) used by the application.
The number of direct reads by the application.
The number of direct writes by the application.
The direct read time by the application.
The direct write time by the application.
The locks held by the application.
The number of lock waits related to the application.
The lock wait time of the application.
The number of lock escalations.
The number of exclusive lock escalations.
The total sorts related to the application.
The total sort time.
The sort overflows of the application.
The commit SQL statements related to the application.
The rollback SQL statements related to the application.
The percentage of sort operations, out of the total sort operations, that ran out of sort heap and may have required disk space for temporary storage.
The number of failed SQL statements.
The number of dynamic SQL statements.
The number of static SQL statements.
The number of select SQL statements.
The number of DDL SQL statements.
The number of DML SQL statements (UID).
The rows deleted by the application.
The rows inserted by the application.
The rows updated by the application.
The rows selected by the application.
The hash join overflows of the application.
The locks waiting related to the application.
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