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SQL Anywhere 17 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Database configuration » Connection, database, and database server properties

List of database server properties

Database server properties are available for each connection to a database. Use the PROPERTY system function to retrieve the value for an individual property and use the sa_eng_properties system procedure to retrieve the values of all database server properties.

Example

The following statement returns the number of cache pages used for global server data structures:

SELECT PROPERTY ( 'MainHeapPages' );

Use the sa_eng_properties system procedure to retrieve the values of all database server properties:

CALL sa_eng_properties;
Database server properties
Property name Description

ActiveReq

The number of server workers that are currently handling client-side requests.

ApproximateCPUTime

An estimate of the amount of CPU time accumulated by the database server, in seconds. The value may differ from the actual value by as much as 50%, although typical variations are in the 5-10% range. On multi-processor computers, each CPU (or hyperthread or core) accumulates time, so the sum of accumulated times for all connections may be greater than the elapsed time.

AutoMultiProgrammingLevel

Whether the database server is automatically adjusting its multiprogramming level.

AutoMultiProgrammingLevelStatistics

Whether messages about automatic adjustments to the database server's multiprogramming level are displayed in the database server message log.

AvailIO

The current number of available I/O control blocks.

BuildChange

Reserved for system use.

BuildClient

Reserved for system use. Do not change the setting of this property.

BuildProduction

Whether the database server is compiled for production use (Yes) or whether the database server is a debug build (No)..

BuildReproducible

Reserved for system use.

BytesReceived

The number of bytes received during client/server communications. This value is updated for HTTP and HTTPS connections.

BytesReceivedUncomp

The number of bytes that would have been received during client/server communications if compression was disabled. (This value is the same as the value for BytesReceived if compression is disabled.)

BytesSent

The number of bytes sent during client/server communications. This value is updated for HTTP and HTTPS connections.

BytesSentUncomp

The number of bytes that would have been sent during client/server communications if compression was disabled. (This value is the same as the value for BytesSent if compression is disabled.)

CacheAllocated

The number of cache pages that have been allocated for server data structures.

CacheFile

The number of cache pages used to hold data from database files.

CacheFileDirty

The number of cache pages that are dirty (needing a write).

CacheFree

The number of cache pages not being used.

CacheHits

The number of database page lookups.

CacheMisses

The number of times a page was not in the cache.

CachePanics

The number of times the cache manager has failed to find a page to allocate.

CachePinned

The number of pinned cache pages.

CacheRead

The number of cache reads.

CacheReplacements

The number of pages in the cache that have been replaced.

CacheScavenges

The number of times the cache manager has scavenged for a page to allocate.

CacheScavengeVisited

The number of pages visited while scavenging for a page to allocate.

CacheSizingStatistics

Whether the database server is displaying cache sizing statistics when the cache is resized.

CarverHeapPages

The number of heap pages used for short-term purposes, such as query optimization.

CharSet

The CHAR character set in use by the database server.

ClientStmtCacheHits

The number of prepares that were not required because of the client statement cache. This is the number of additional prepares that would be required if client statement caching was disabled.

ClientStmtCacheMisses

The number of statements in the client statement cache that were prepared again. This is the number of times a cached statement was considered for reuse, but could not be reused because of a schema change, a database option setting, or a DROP VARIABLE statement.

CockpitDB

The set of options currently being used by the database server, as well as the Temp parameter. When Temp is set to yes, the Cockpit database is a temporary database.

CockpitURL

A semicolon-separated list of valid URLs for the Cockpit.

CollectStatistics

Whether the database server is collecting performance statistics.

CommandLine

The command line arguments that were used to start the database server.

If the encryption key for a database was specified using the -ek option, the key is replaced with a constant string of asterisks in the value for this property.

Commit

The number of Commit requests that have been handled.

CompactPlatformVer

A condensed version of the PlatformVer property.

CompanyName

The name of the company owning this software.

CompletedReq

The number of requests that have been completed.

ConnCount

The number of connections to the database server. This property value does not include connections used for internal operations, but does include connections used for events and external environment support.

ConnectedTime

The total length of time, in seconds, that all connections have been connected to the database server.

The value is updated only when a request completes for a connection or when a connection disconnects. As a result, the value can lag behind for connections that are idle or busy executing for a long time in the database server. The value includes time accrued by any connection, including database events and background server connections (such as the database cleaner).

ConnsDisabled

Whether the server option is set to disable new connections.

ConsoleLogFile

The name of the file where database server messages are logged if the -o option was specified. If the -option was not specified, the value is an empty string.

ConsoleLogMaxSize

The maximum size in bytes of the file used to log database server messages.

CurrentCacheSize

The current cache size, in kilobytes.

CurrentMirrorBackgroundWorkers

The number of workers currently being used for database mirroring background tasks. These workers are separate from those controlled by the multiprogramming level.

CurrentMultiProgrammingLevel

The current number of tasks that the database server can process concurrently.

CurrRead

The current number of file reads that were issued by the database server, but that have not completed yet.

CurrWrite

The current number of file writes that were issued by the database server, but that have not completed yet.

Cursor

The number of declared cursors that are currently being maintained by the database server.

CursorOpen

The number of open cursors that are currently being maintained by the database server.

DebuggingInformation

Whether the server is displaying diagnostic messages for troubleshooting.

DefaultCollation

The collation that would be used for new databases if none is explicitly specified.

DefaultNcharCollation

The name of the default NCHAR collation on the server computer (UCA if ICU is installed, and UTF8BIN otherwise).

DiskRead

The number of disk reads.

DiskReadHintScatterLimit

The imposed limit on the size (in bytes) of a scatter read hint.

DiskRetryRead

The number of disk read retries.

DiskRetryReadScatter

The number of disk read retries for scattered reads.

DiskRetryWrite

The number of disk write retries.

DiskSandbox

Whether the read-write file operations of the database are restricted to the directory where the main database file is located (On) or not (Off).

DiskWrite

The number of modified pages that have been written to disk.

EventTypeDesc

The description of the event type associated with a given event type ID.

EventTypeName

The system event type name associated with a given event type ID.

ExchangeTasks

The number of tasks currently being used for parallel execution of queries.

ExchangeTasksCompleted

The total number of internal tasks that have been used for intra-query parallelism since the database server started.

FipsMode

Whether the -fips option was specified when the database server was started.

FirstOption

The number that represents the first connection property that corresponds to a database option.

FreeBuffers

The number of available network buffers.

FunctionMaxParms

The maximum number of parameters that can be specified by a function. The function is identified by the value specified by the function-number, which is a positive integer. For example:

SELECT PROPERTY ( 'FunctionMaxParms', function-number );

The function-number is subject to change between releases.

FunctionMinParms

The minimum number of parameters that must be specified by a function. The function is identified by the value specified by the function-number, which is a positive integer. For example:

SELECT PROPERTY ( 'FunctionMinParms', function-number );

The function-number is subject to change between releases.

FunctionName

The name of the function identified by the value specified by the function-number (which is a positive integer):

SELECT PROPERTY ( 'FunctionName', function-number );

The function-number is subject to change between releases.

HasSecuredFeature

Whether at least one feature of the all feature set is secured at the global server level. This property has extensions that you can specify when querying the property value.

HasSecureFeatureKey

Whether the database server has at least one secure feature key. This property has extensions that you can specify when querying the property value.

HeapsCarver

The number of heaps used for short-term purposes such as query optimization.

HeapsLocked

The number of relocatable heaps currently locked in the cache.

HeapsQuery

The number of heaps used for query processing (hash and sort operations).

HeapsRelocatable

The number of relocatable heaps.

HttpAddresses

A semicolon delimited list of the IP addresses that the database server is listening to for HTTP connections from clients. For example:

(::1):80;127.0.0.1:80

HttpConnectionsQueued

The number of connections that are currently in the queue.

HttpListeners

A semicolon-delimited list of IP address:port pairs that the database server is using to listen for HTTP connections.

HttpNumActiveReq

The number of HTTP connections that are actively processing an HTTP request. An HTTP connection that has sent its response is not included.

HttpNumConnections

The number of HTTP connections that are currently open within the database server. They may be actively processing a request or waiting in a queue of long lived (keep-alive) connections.

HttpNumSessions

The number of active and dormant HTTP sessions within the database server.

HttpPorts

The HTTP port numbers for the web server as a comma delimited list.

HttpQueueCount

The total number of connections that have been queued since the database server started.

HttpQueueMaxCount

The maximum number of connections that have been in the queue at one time.

HttpQueueTimedOut

The total number of connections that have timed out after sitting in the queue.

HttpsAddresses

A semicolon delimited list of the IP addresses that the server is listening to for HTTPS connections from clients. For example:

(::1):443;127.0.0.1:443

HttpsListeners

A semicolon-delimited list of IP address:port pairs that the database server is using to listen for HTTPS connections.

HttpsNumActiveReq

The number of secure HTTPS connections that are actively processing an HTTPS request. An HTTPS connection that has sent its response is not included.

HttpsNumConnections

The number of HTTPS connections that are currently open within the database server. They may be actively processing a request or waiting in a queue of long lived (keep-alive) connections.

HttpsPorts

The HTTPS port numbers for the web server as a comma delimited list.

IdleTimeout

The default idle timeout.

IPAddressMonitorPeriod

The time in seconds that a database server checks for new IP addresses.

IsAesniAvailable

Whether the database server computer's CPU supports the Intel AES-NI instruction set and the computer is running a supported operating system.

IsFipsAvailable

Whether the FIPS-certified DLL is installed.

IsIQ

Reserved for system use.

IsNetworkServer

Whether the connection is to a network database server (Yes), or to a personal database server (No).

IsPortableDevice

Whether the database server is running on a laptop, notebook, or other portable device.

VMWare is not taken into account, so the value is No for a database server running on a VM that is running on a laptop.

On Windows, if it is not possible to determine whether the device is portable, the value is NULL.

This property is always NULL on Unix.

IsRsaAvailable

Whether the RSA DLL is installed.

IsRuntimeServer

This property is No for all versions of the database server.

IsService

Whether the database server is running as a service.

JavaVM

An empty string if the database server uses one Java VM per database. If the database server uses one Java VM for all databases, this property indicates the path to the JAVA executable.

Language

The locale language for the server.

LastConnectionProperty

The number that represents the last connection property.

LastDatabaseProperty

The number that represents the last database property.

LastOption

The number that represents the last connection property that corresponds to a database option.

LastServerProperty

The number that represents the last server property.

LegalCopyright

The copyright string for the software.

LegalTrademarks

The trademark information for the software.

LicenseCount

The number of licensed seats or processors.

LicensedCompany

The name of the licensed company.

LicensedUser

The name of the licensed user.

LicenseKey

Reserved for system use.

LicenseType

The license type. Can be networked seat (per-seat) or CPU-based.

LivenessTimeout

The client liveness timeout default.

LockedCursorPages

The number of pages used to keep cursor heaps pinned in memory.

LockedHeapPages

The number of heap pages locked in the cache.

MachineName

The name of the computer running a database server. Typically, this is the computer's host name.

MainHeapBytes

The number of bytes used for global server data structures.

MainHeapPages

The number of pages used for global server data structures.

MapPhysicalMemoryEng

The number of database page address space windows mapped to physical memory in the cache using Address Windowing Extensions.

MaxCacheSize

The maximum cache size allowed, in kilobytes.

MaxConnections

The maximum number of concurrent connections that the database server allows. For the network database servers the default depends upon your license. The default value can be lowered using the -gm server option. For the personal database server, the default value is 10.

MaxEventType

The maximum valid event type ID.

MaxMessage

This property is deprecated. The current maximum line number that can be retrieved from the database server messages window. This represents the most recent message displayed in the database server messages window.

MaxMirrorBackgroundWorkers

The highest number of workers used for database mirroring background tasks since the server started. These workers are separate from those controlled by the multiprogramming level.

MaxMultiProgrammingLevel

The maximum number of tasks that the database server can process concurrently. When AutoMultiProgrammingLevel is enabled, the server may increase the multiprogramming level up to this value.

MaxRemoteCapability

The maximum valid capability ID.

Message,linenumber

A line from the database server messages window, prefixed by the date and time the message appeared. The second parameter specifies the line number. This property is deprecated.

The value for PROPERTY( "message" ) is the first line of output that was written to the database server messages window. Calling PROPERTY( "message", n ) The nth line of server output (with zero being the first line). The buffer is finite, so as messages are generated, the first lines are dropped and may no longer be available in memory. In this case, the value is NULL.

MessageCategoryLimit

The minimum number of messages of each severity and category that can be retrieved using the sa_server_messages system procedure. The default value is 400.

MessageText, linenumber

This property is deprecated. The text associated with the specified line number in the database server messages window, without a date and time prefix. The second parameter specifies the line number.

MessageTime, linenumber

This property is deprecated. The date and time associated with the specified line number in the database server messages window. The second parameter specifies the line number.

MessageWindowSize

This property is deprecated. The maximum number of lines that can be retrieved from the database server messages window.

MinCacheSize

The minimum cache size allowed, in kilobytes.

MinMultiProgrammingLevel

The minimum number of tasks that the server can process concurrently. When AutoMultiProgrammingLevel is enabled, the server may decrease the multiprogramming level down to this value.

MultiPacketsReceived

The number of multi-packet requests received during client/server communications.

MultiPacketsSent

The number of multi-packet responses sent during client/server communications.

MultiPageAllocs

The number of multi-page cache allocations.

MultiProgrammingLevel

The current maximum number of concurrent tasks the server will process simultaneously. Requests are queued if there are more concurrent tasks than this value. This can be changed with the -gn server option.

Name

The alternate name of the server used to connect to the database if one was specified, otherwise, The real server name.

If the client is connected to a copy node and specified NodeType=COPY in the connection string, then the value of this property may be different than the database server name specified in the client connection string by the ServerName connection parameter.

NativeProcessorArchitecture

A string that identifies the native processor type on which the software is running. For platforms where a processor can be emulated (such as x86 on x64), the actual processor type - not the OS architecture type - is returned.

The value does not indicate whether the operating system is 32-bit or 64-bit.

Values can include:

  • Windows - X86 or X86_64
  • Solaris - SPARC or X86_64
  • AIX - PPC
  • HP - IA64
  • Linux - X86 or X86_64
  • MAC OS - X86_64

X86 represents a 32-bit hardware architecture. X86_64 represents a 64-bit hardware architecture.

NumLogicalProcessors

The number of logical processors (including cores and hyperthreads) enabled on the server computer.

NumLogicalProcessorsUsed

The number of logical processors the database server will use. On Windows, use the -gtc option to change the number of logical processors used.

NumPhysicalProcessors

The number of physical processors enabled on the server computer. This value is NumLogicalProcessors divided by the number of cores or hyperthreads per physical processor. On some non-Windows platforms, cores or hyperthreads may be counted as physical processors.

NumPhysicalProcessorsUsed

The number of physical processors the database server will use. On Windows, you can use the -gt option to change the number of physical processors used by the network database server.

The personal server is limited to four cores on one processor on some platforms.

ObjectType

The type of database object. This value is used by the SYSOBJECT system view.

ODataAddresses

A semicolon-delimited list of the TCP/IP addresses and ports that the OData server is using to listen for OData connections.

ODataSecureAddresses

A semicolon-delimited lists of TCP/IP address and ports that the OData server is using to listen for secure OData connections.

OmniIdentifier

Reserved for system use.

PacketsReceived

The number of client/server communication packets received. This value is not updated for HTTP or HTTPS connections.

PacketsReceivedUncomp

The number of packets that would have been received during client/server communications if compression was disabled. (This value is the same as the value for PacketsReceived if compression is disabled.)

PacketsSent

The number of client/server communication packets sent. This value is not updated for HTTP or HTTPS connections.

PacketsSentUncomp

The number of packets that would have been sent during client/server communications if compression was disabled. (This value is the same as the value for PacketsSent if compression is disabled.)

PageSize

The size of the database server cache pages. This can be set using the -gp option, otherwise, it is the maximum database page size of the databases specified on the command line.

ParameterizationPrepareCount

The number of prepares for statements that have been automatically parameterized.

PeakCacheSize

The largest value the cache has reached in the current session, in kilobytes.

PlanStatisticsStored

For internal use only.

PlanStatisticsStoredMax

For internal use only.

Platform

The operating system on which the software is running.

PlatformVer

The operating system on which the software is running, including build numbers, service packs, and so on.

PrepStmt

The number of prepared statements currently being maintained by the database server.

ProcessCPU

The CPU usage for the database server process. Values are in seconds. This property is supported on Windows and Unix computers.

The value is cumulative since the database server was started. The value will not match the instantaneous value displayed in applications such as the Windows Task Manager or the Windows Performance Monitor.

ProcessCPUSystem

The CPU usage for the database server process CPU. This is the amount of CPU time that the database server spent inside the operating system kernel. Values are in seconds. This property is supported on Windows and Unix computers.

The value is cumulative since the database server was started. The value will not match the instantaneous value displayed in applications such as the Windows Task Manager or the Performance Monitor.

ProcessCPUUser

User CPU usage for the database server process. Values are in seconds. This excludes the amount of CPU time that the database server spent inside the operating system kernel. This property is supported on Windows and Unix computers.

The value is cumulative since the database server was started. The value will not match the instantaneous value displayed in applications such as the Windows Task Manager or the Performance Monitor.

ProcessID

The process ID of the database server process.

ProcessorAffinity

The logical processors being used by the database server as specified by the -gta option or by the sa_server_option system procedure and the ProcessorAffinity option.

ProcessorArchitecture

A string that identifies the processor type that the current software was built for. Values include:

  • Windows X86 or X86_64
  • Solaris - SPARC or X86_64
  • AIX - PPC
  • HP - IA64
  • Linux - X86 or X86_64
  • MAC OS - X86_64

X86 represents a 32-bit database server. X86_64 represents a 64-bit database server.

ProductName

The name of the software.

ProductVersion

The version of the software being run.

ProfileFilterConn

The ID of the connection being monitored if procedure profiling for a specific connection is turned on. If profiling is not turned on, the value is an empty string.

ProfileFilterUser

The user ID being monitored if procedure profiling for a specific user is turned on. If procedure profiling for a specific user is not turned on, the value is an empty string.

PropertyHistoryList

The current minimal set of properties being tracked.

PropertyHistoryListActual

The current set of properties being tracked.

PropertyHistorySize

Indicates either the minimum amount of time to store tracked property values or the maximum amount of memory to use to store tracked property values.

PropertyHistorySizeBytes

The current amount of memory, in bytes, that is currently being used for property history tracking.

QueryHeapPages

The number of cache pages used for query processing (hash and sort operations).

QueryMemActiveCurr

The number of requests actively using query memory.

QueryMemActiveEst

The database server's estimate of the steady state average of the number of requests actively using query memory.

QueryMemActiveMax

The maximum number of requests that are allowed to actively use query memory.

QueryMemExtraAvail

The amount of memory available to grant beyond the base memory-intensive grant.

QueryMemGrantBase

The minimum amount of memory granted to all requests.

QueryMemGrantBaseMI

The minimum amount of memory granted to memory-intensive requests.

QueryMemGrantExtra

The number of query memory pages that can be distributed among active memory-intensive requests beyond QueryMemGrantBaseMI.

QueryMemGrantFailed

The total number of times a request waited for query memory, but failed to get it.

QueryMemGrantGranted

The number of pages currently granted to requests.

QueryMemGrantRequested

The total number of times any request attempted to acquire query memory.

QueryMemGrantWaited

The total number of times any request waited for query memory.

QueryMemGrantWaiting

The current number of requests waiting for query memory.

QueryMemPages

The amount of memory that is available for query execution algorithms, expressed as a number of pages.

QueryMemPercentOfCache

The amount of memory that is available for query execution algorithms, expressed as a percent of maximum cache size.

QuittingTime

The shutdown time for the server. If none is specified, the value is none. If the database has the time_zone option set, then the value is returned using the database's time zone.

RememberLastPlan

Whether the database server is recording the last query optimization plan returned by the optimizer.

RememberLastStatement

Whether the database server is recording the last statement prepared by each connection.

RemoteCapability

The remote capability name associated with a given capability ID.

RemoteputWait

The number of times the server had to block while sending a communication packet. Typically, blocking only occurs if the database server is sending data faster than the client or network can receive it. It does not indicate an error condition.

Req

The number of times the server has been asked to handle a new request or continue processing an existing request.

ReqCountActive

The number of active requests.

ReqCountBlockContention

The number of times that any connection has blocked due to contention for an internal server resource.

ReqCountBlockIO

The number of times that any connection has blocked while waiting for an IO request to complete.

ReqCountBlockLock

The number of times that any connection has blocked while waiting for a row lock held by another connection.

ReqCountUnscheduled

The number of times that any connection has blocked while waiting for a server thread to process it.

ReqTimeActive

The total amount of time that the server has spent directly servicing requests.

ReqTimeBlockContention

The total amount of time that any connection has blocked due to contention for an internal server resource.

ReqTimeBlockIO

The total amount of time that any connection has blocked while waiting for an IO request to complete.

ReqTimeBlockLock

The total amount of time that any connection has blocked while waiting for a row lock held by another connection.

ReqTimeUnscheduled

The total amount of time that any connection has blocked while waiting for a server thread to process it.

RequestFilterConn

The ID of the connection that logging information is being filtered for. If no filtering is being performed, the value is -1.

RequestFilterDB

The ID of the database that logging information is being filtered for. If no filtering is being performed, the value is -1.

RequestLogFile

The name of the request logging file, or an empty string if there is no request logging.

RequestLogging

The current setting for request logging. Values can be one of SQL, PLAN, HOSTVARS, PROCEDURES, TRIGGERS, OTHER, BLOCKS, REPLACE, ALL, or NONE.

RequestLogMaxSize

The maximum size of the request log file.

RequestLogNumFiles

The number of request log files being kept.

RequestsReceived

The number of client/server communication requests or round trips. It is different from PacketsReceived in that multi-packet requests count as one request, and liveness packets are not included.

RequestTiming

Whether logging of request timing information is turned on. The logging of request timing information is turned on using the -zt database server option.

Rlbk

The number of rollback requests that have been handled.

SendFail

The number of times that the underlying communications protocols have failed to send a packet.

ServerEdition

A space-separated list of words describing the database server type. Values include:

  • Evaluation
  • Developer
  • Web
  • Educational
  • Standard
  • Advanced
  • Workgroup
  • OEM
  • Authenticated

If you have a separate license for any of the following features, then the appropriate string(s) are added to the license string value:

  • HighAvailability
  • InMemory
  • FIPS

ServerName

The real server name (never an alternate server name). You can use this value to determine which of the operational servers is currently acting as primary in a database mirroring configuration.

SharedMemoryListener

Whether the database server is accepting shared memory connections, and No otherwise.

SingleCLR

The version number of the CLR if the database server uses a single CLR external environment for all databases or NONE if the database server uses one CLR external environment per database when executing CLR stored procedures.

SingleJVM

Whether the database server uses a single Java VM for all databases running on the database server (Yes), or whether the database server uses one Java VM per database when executing Java stored procedures (No).

StartDBPermission

The setting of the -gd server option, which can be one of DBA, all, or none.

StartTime

The date/time that the server started. If the database has the time_zone option set, then the value is returned using the database's time zone.

StreamsUsed

The number of database server streams in use.

TcpIpAddresses

A semicolon-delimited list of the IP addresses that the server is listening to for Command Sequence and TDS connections from clients. For example:

(::1):2638;127.0.0.1:2638

TcpIpListeners

A semicolon delimited list of IP addresses and IP address:port pairs that the database server is using to listen for TCP/IP connections.

TempDir

The directory in which temporary files are stored by the server.

ThreadDeadlocksAvoided

The number of times a thread deadlock error was detected but not reported to client applications. When the database server starts, the value of this property is 0.

To avoid thread deadlock errors, the database server dynamically increases the multiprogramming level. If the multiprogramming level cannot be increased, a thread deadlock error is returned to the client application and the ThreadDeadlocksReported property is incremented.

The ThreadDeadlocksAvoided property is always 0 on the personal server because dynamic tuning of the multiprogramming level is disabled by default.

ThreadDeadlocksReported

The number of times a thread deadlock error was reported to client applications. When the database server starts, the value of this property is 0.

TimeZoneAdjustment

The number of minutes that must be added to the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) to display time local to the server.

TopologyAwareScheduling

Whether topology aware scheduling is in use.

TotalBuffers

The total number of network buffers.

UniqueClientAddresses

The number of unique client network addresses connected to a network server, excluding shared memory and local TCP/IP connections. This is the number of seats currently used for per-seat licensing.

UnschReq

The number of requests that are currently queued up waiting for an available server worker.

UserDefinedCounterRate01

The current value of the user-defined performance counter. The semantics of this property are defined by the client application. This counter can also be accessed from the Performance Monitor. The Performance Monitor displays the change in the value of the counter over time.

UserDefinedCounterRate02

The current value of the user-defined performance counter. The semantics of this property are defined by the client application. This counter can also be accessed from the Performance Monitor. The Performance Monitor displays the change in the value of the counter over time.

UserDefinedCounterRate03

The current value of the user-defined performance counter. The semantics of this property are defined by the client application. This counter can also be accessed from the Performance Monitor. The Performance Monitor displays the change in the value of the counter over time.

UserDefinedCounterRate04

The current value of the user-defined performance counter. The semantics of this property are defined by the client application. This counter can also be accessed from the Performance Monitor. The Performance Monitor displays the change in the value of the counter over time.

UserDefinedCounterRate05

The current value of the user-defined performance counter. The semantics of this property are defined by the client application. This counter can also be accessed from the Performance Monitor. The Performance Monitor displays the change in the value of the counter over time.

UserDefinedCounterRaw01

The current value of the user-defined performance counter. The semantics of this property are defined by the client application. This counter can also be accessed from the Performance Monitor. The Performance Monitor displays the absolute value of the counter.

UserDefinedCounterRaw02

The current value of the user-defined performance counter. The semantics of this property are defined by the client application. This counter can also be accessed from the Performance Monitor. The Performance Monitor displays the absolute value of the counter.

UserDefinedCounterRaw03

The current value of the user-defined performance counter. The semantics of this property are defined by the client application. This counter can also be accessed from the Performance Monitor. The Performance Monitor displays the absolute value of the counter.

UserDefinedCounterRaw04

The current value of the user-defined performance counter. The semantics of this property are defined by the client application. This counter can also be accessed from the Performance Monitor. The Performance Monitor displays the absolute value of the counter.

UserDefinedCounterRaw05

The current value of the user-defined performance counter. The semantics of this property are defined by the client application. This counter can also be accessed from the Performance Monitor. The Performance Monitor displays the absolute value of the counter.

WebClientLogFile

The name of the web service client log file.

WebClientLogging

Whether web service client information is being logged to a file.