Capturing SQL statements from Optim Performance Manager

You can tune SQL statements that you are monitoring in Optim Performance Manager.

Before you begin

  • The IBM Data Studio client must be installed on the system where the browser that you are using for Optim™ Performance Manager is installed.
  • If you plan to send SQL statements from a browser that is running the client for InfoSphere Optim Performance Manager and the system where the browser is running is behind a firewall, ensure that the firewall allows traffic to ports 56788 and 56789 on the system where the IBM Data Studio client is running.
  • The DB2® database or subsystem that your SQL statements run against must be configured for query tuning.
  • The IBM Data Studio client must be running, and the embedded HTTP server must be active. To check whether the embedded HTTP server is active, move your cursor over the embedded HTTP server button in the toolbar at the top of the IBM Data Studio client. Read the tooltip that appears. If the server is not running, click the button.
  • If you are capturing SQL statements from the Optim Performance Manager repository, the database or subsystem that the SQL statements run against must be enabled for monitoring.
  • If you are capturing SQL statements from the Optim Performance Manager repository, ensure that your user ID is authorized to access the performance metrics stored in the repository database. To be authorized, your user ID must be a member of the user group that was authorized for accessing the repository database. This authorization takes place when InfoSphere Optim Performance Manager is installed.

Procedure

To capture an SQL statement from Optim Performance Manager, use one of these methods:

What to do next

Tune a captured SQL statement by selecting it and clicking Invoke Advisors and Tools.

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