View Process Statistics
Connect:Direct® records the history of a Process in a single relational database. You can review this information to examine details about server execution.
Connect:Direct for Microsoft Windows also uses the Microsoft Windows Event Logging facility to log certain messages that the server generates during execution. Connect:Direct selects specific record IDs or event types when logging statistics. Connect:Direct assigns these record IDs severities and passes them on to the Microsoft Windows Event Logging facility. The event.log initialization parameter controls the statistics IDs that Connect:Direct sends to the Microsoft Windows event log.
The statistics file stores information about all events that take place within the Connect:Direct server for a specific period of time. The amount of time is determined by the value specified for the stat.max.age initialization parameter. Each record within the statistics file consists of fields that contain general information about the record and a field that contains the statistics or audit information to log.
In the fixed portion, the following fields are defined for the statistics files:
|EntryDateTime||Date and time that the record was inserted into the statistics file. The format is YYYYMMDD HHMMSSTTT.|
|RecID||A 4-character ID that describes the type of record.|
|RecCat||A 4-character ID that describes the category of record.|
|PrcName||Name given to the Process when it is submitted.|
|PrcNumber||Number assigned to the Process when it is submitted.|
|StartTime||Start time of a Process step, if this is a Process step statistics record.|
|StopTime||Stop time of a Process step, if this is a Process step statistics record.|
|SubmitterNode||Node that the Process was submitted on.|
|SubmitterUserID||User that submitted the Process.|
|RemoteNode||Remote node for the Process.|
|ConditionCode||Condition code for the statistics record.|
|AuditInfo||Variable portion of the statistics record.|
If the existing statistics file cannot be extended, the server issues a message to the Microsoft Windows event log and terminates immediately. The server terminates all activity as if issuing a stop command with the immediate parameter. Any statistics records that are usually written during stop immediate processing are not created in this situation.