RE: Link procedure to sql statement in v$sqlarea

I have used v$sql.program_id with moderate success. This is the object id of 
the stored code, so link to dba_objects or obj$ to get the additional 
information.

Regards,
Daniel Fink

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On 10/2/2007 7:35 PM Thotangare, Ajay (GTI) wrote:







Link procedure to sql statement in v$sqlarea





Hi,


I have a question about v$sqlarea. Appreciate your help/inputs on this.

Background

-----------------

I have a procedure named 'XYZ' and inside this procedure I have select 
statement. When I execute this procedure I can see a entry for procedure 'XYZ' 
and also a entry for select statement (which is actually inside procedure). How 
do I know if this select statement has come from this procedure or somebody 
else fired this statement as standalone (not using procedure)

e.g.

create or replace procedure PQR as

begin execute immediate 'select object_name AS INSIDE_PQR_PRC from user_objects';
end;

/

Procedure created.


SQL> exec PQR;



PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.


SQL> select rownum,sql_text,executions from v$sqlarea where sql_text like 
'%PQR%';



ROWNUM SQL_TEXT                                                          
EXECUTIONS

------ ----------------------------------------------------------------- 
----------

    1 select rownum,sql_text,executions from v$sqlarea where sql_text l         
 3

      ike '%PQR%'



    2 BEGIN PQR; END;                                                           
 1

    3 select object_name AS INSIDE_PQR_PRC from user_objects                    
 1



3 rows selected.



How do I know that statement "select object_name AS INSIDE_PQR_PRC from 
user_objects" is actually fired from procedure and not from outside.

Appreciate your help.


regards,

Ajay Thotangare

212-647-4312






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