Re: Extract SQL statements from Database/File

  • From: TESTAJ3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: Rajesh.Rao@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2009 10:40:10 -0400

The other thing you'd be up against is anything with dynamic sql, its more 
than likely you'd never catch those except for the tracing since they 
won't even show up in the *_dependencies views.


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Rajesh Rao <Rajesh.Rao@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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09/15/2009 10:25 AM
Extract SQL statements from Database/File
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Hello All, any tools/scripts out there that you are aware of, to extract 
all select/insert/update/delete statements from within the packages for a 
schema? The schema in question has very large number of packages. 
Executing the packages themselves with tracing enabled was one way I could 
think of, but that might not hit all SQL’s within the package (conditional 
flows, etc).
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