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Jack_447 Contributor.
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Searches made by users in TRIM 7

Is there a way to observe searches made by users in TRIM 7.

Either SQL Queries to check searches made by users in TRIM 7 or searches made by users which took more than a minute to return results back to the requesting client.

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Re: Searches made by users in TRIM 7

There are a couple of options, you can see the SQL requests via the WGS logs.

you can also enable logging in the view pane in the client and see real time requests being sent from the client.

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Jack_447 Contributor.
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Re: Searches made by users in TRIM 7

Thanks Greg,

I wanted to run a SQL Query to achieve the total search runs for a particular period without having to count down the searches made through a WGS log file or observe the client where multiple SQL Queries are fired for a particular session for a search made by a particular user location.

I wanted to run a query to check the searches made for or in  a particular period and if there was a way to achieve that using a SQL statement or either ?

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