Specifying whether the probe writes SQL warning messages to the probe log file
The probe can handle SQL queries for the selection of events from the source data. The probe can also perform SQL queries on the data before and after it has been selected. You can specify that any database-specific warning messages that are generated as a result of running SQL queries are written to the probe log file.
To specify that the probe writes any database-specific warning messages that result from running SQL queries to the probe log file, set the SqlWarnings property to true. By default, the SqlWarnings property is set to true. If you do not want the probe to write the SQL messages to the log file, set the SqlWarnings property to false.
Each vendor has its own conditions that trigger SQL warnings. If you set the SqlWarnings property to true, which messages are written to the log file depends on which database the probe is extracting data from. If you set the SqlWarnings property to false, the probe will write no database-specific warning messages regardless of the success or failure of the SQL queries specified by the SelectSqlFile, PreSqlFile, and PostSqlFile properties.