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SQL Criteria Wizard (Classic)

SQL Criteria Wizard (Classic)

Use the SQL Criteria Wizard to select, retrieve and sort the SQL statements that are consuming the most system resources for the current connection.

Fields on the SQL Criteria Wizard (Classic) Dialog

Specify the SQL criteria to populate the Top SQL page.

Field Description

Parsing user

The username of the user who first parsed the SQL statement. (Other users may have executed the statement.)

Click Reset to reset the parsing user to (All users).

Minimum executions

The number of times the SQL statement has been executed.

Minimum buffer gets

The number of logical reads the SQL statement has invoked.

Minimum disk reads

The number of physical disk reads the SQL statement has invoked.

Minimum rows

The number of rows the SQL statement has retrieved.


A text string that the SQL statement must include. Only the first 1000 bytes of SQL statements are checked.

Minimum buffer gets/execution

The average number of buffer gets per execution.

Minimum disk reads/execution

The average number of disk reads per execution.

Minimum rows/execution

The average number of rows retrieved per execution.

Sort by

Select the sort order from the drop-down list. You can choose Ascending (for example, 1 to 99 or A to Z), or Descending (for example, 99 to 1 or Z to A).

Maximum rows

The maximum number of statements to retrieve and display in the Top SQL page.


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