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TitleHow to get checkpoint information?
URL NameP106318
Article Number000166605
Environment
Question/Problem Description
How to get checkpoint information?
How to display checkpoint information from 4GL code?
How to display checkpoint information using VSTs?
How can I display checkpoint information for my database?
How to query _checkpoint VST?
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Connected to the database in the procedure editor use the following 4GL sample code to display checkpoint information:

FOR EACH _checkpoint:
  DISPLAY _checkpoint-Time
          _checkpoint-Len 
          _checkpoint-cptQ  FORMAT ">,>>9"
          _checkpoint-Flush FORMAT ">,>>9".
END.
             
Promon will also display checkpoint information.
1. promon dbname
2. R&D
3. Other Displays
4. Checkpoints
Workaround
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Last Modified Date9/14/2015 1:08 AM
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