The sa_diagnostic_statement table is owned by the dbo user, and stores the text of statements. A row in this table represents a SQL statement that was executed by the server. Such statements may have been issued by an external source, such as a client request, or by an internal source such as a procedure, trigger, or user-defined function. Internal statements only appear here once per session.
There are two versions of this table: sa_diagnostic_statement, and sa_tmp_diagnostic_statement.
|Column name||Column type||Column constraint||Table constraints|
|logging_session_id||UNSIGNED INT||NOT NULL||Primary key.|
|statement_id||UNSIGNED BIGINT||NOT NULL||Primary key.|
|statement_text||LONG VARCHAR||NOT NULL|
logging_session_id The logging session during which the statement was submitted.
statement_id A unique number assigned to the statement for tracing purposes.
database_object If the statement came from a procedure, trigger, or function, this is the ID as specified in the ISYSOBJECT system table.
line_number If the statement formed part of a compound statement, this reflects the ordinal position of the statement within the compound statement.
signature Used internally to group similar queries.
statement_text The statement text.
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