ProcCall, used for procedures in a FROM clause, executes the procedure call and returns the rows in its result set. It is not able to fetch backwards and therefore appears below a work table if this is required by the cursor type.
Every time ProcCall is called, the database server notes the argument values, the number of rows returned, and the total time used to fetch all rows. This information is used by the optimizer to estimate the cost and cardinality of subsequent procedure calls. For each procedure, the database server maintains a moving average of the number of rows returned and a moving average of the total execution time. The database server also maintains a limited number of separate moving averages for specific argument values. This information is stored persistently in the stats column of the SYSPROCEDURE system table, in a binary format intended only for internal use.
For information about the restrictions on multiple result sets, and schema-matching requirements, see the procedure clause of the FROM clause, FROM clause.
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