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Saturday, November 3, 2012

ODI Monitoring scripts

I have included some usefule ODI monitoring scripts (if you want the abridged version of this blog post).

I haven't been blogging in a while (it's been crazy), but I wanted to share some information on ODI.

I have been working on trying to monitor ODI (Oracle Data Integrator).  ODI is a somewhat recent Oracle purchase, and it has a client GUI that is used by the developers.

Me (like many of you), are DBA's, and we want to go into the database to see what is happening.  We eithor don't have access to the GUI, or we don't want access. 

ODI is a great tool used for transforming data.  It can be used to build sql statments that are executed directly in the database.  This makes it a bit different from a tool like Datastage that runs sql remotely.

Here is the first sql I was able to come up with.  It will tell you information about the load plans that have been run. You need to qualify the tables with the owner of the ODI repository..

SELECT SLI.I_LP_INST AS "Load Plan Instance #"
     , SLR.NB_RUN AS "Load Plan Run #"
     , SLI.LOAD_PLAN_NAME AS "Load Plan Name"
     , SLR.CONTEXT_CODE AS "Source System"
     , SLR.STATUS AS "Load Plan Status"
     , SLR.RETURN_CODE AS "error code"
     , CASE WHEN SLR.END_DATE IS NULL 
            THEN TRUNC(ROUND((NVL(SLR.END_DATE , SYSDATE) - SLR.START_DATE)*86400) / 3600) || ':' || 
                 LPAD(TRUNC(MOD(ROUND((NVL(SLR.END_DATE , SYSDATE) - SLR.START_DATE)*86400), 3600) / 60), 2, 0) || ':' || 
                 LPAD(MOD(ROUND((NVL(SLR.END_DATE , SYSDATE) - SLR.START_DATE)*86400), 60), 2, 0)
            ELSE TRUNC(SLR.DURATION / 3600) || ':' || LPAD(TRUNC(MOD(SLR.DURATION, 3600) / 60), 2, 0) || ':' || LPAD(MOD(SLR.DURATION, 60), 2, 0) 
       END AS "Load Time"
     , SLR.START_DATE
     , SLR.END_DATE
     , substr(to_char(SLR.START_DATE,'mm/dd/yy:hh24'),1,11) start_date_hour
  FROM SNP_LP_INST SLI
  JOIN SNP_LPI_RUN SLR ON SLI.I_LP_INST = SLR.I_LP_INST
where 'JRNL_LOAD'=sli.load_plan_name

I was able to include this in an apex report, and it display some of the history.

The next SQL igives you detail of the scenarios, for the load plan. The input is the Load plan



SELECT SLI.Load_plan_name as "Load Plan Name",
      SUBSTR(SLR.CONTEXT_CODE, 9, 5) AS "Source System",
      SLS.LP_STEP_NAME AS "Target Table",
      SLS.scen_name as "scenario name",
     TRUNC(SUM(SSTL.TASK_DUR) / 3600) || ':' ||
             LPAD(TRUNC(MOD(SUM(SSTL.TASK_DUR), 3600) / 60), 2, 0) || 
            ':' || LPAD(MOD(SUM(SSTL.TASK_DUR), 60), 2, 0) AS "Load Time"
     , SST.SESS_NO AS "Session Number"
     , SLSL.start_date as "Start Time"
     , SLSL.End_date as "End Time"
     , sum(sstl.nb_ins) as "Rows Inserted"
     , sum(sstl.nb_upd) as "Rows Updated"
     , sum(sstl.nb_del) as "Rows Deleted"
     , sum(sstl.nb_err) as "Rows Errors"
     , case 
        when (sum(sstl.nb_ins) + sum(sstl.nb_upd)) > 0 then trunc(sum(sstl.task_dur)/(sum(sstl.nb_ins) + sum(sstl.nb_upd)) ,4)
        else 0
       end as "Throughput"
  FROM SNP_LP_INST SLI
  JOIN SNP_LPI_STEP SLS 
                  ON SLI.I_LP_INST = SLS.I_LP_INST
  JOIN SNP_LPI_STEP_LOG SLSL
        ON SLS.I_LP_STEP = SLSL.I_LP_STEP
      AND SLS.I_LP_INST = SLSL.I_LP_INST
  JOIN SNP_SESS_TASK SST
            ON SST.SESS_NO = SLSL.SESS_NO
  JOIN SNP_SESS_TASK_LOG SSTL
            ON SSTL.SCEN_TASK_NO = SST.SCEN_TASK_NO 
           AND SST.SESS_NO = SSTL.SESS_NO
  JOIN SNP_LPI_RUN  SLR 
            on SLI.I_LP_INST = SLR.I_LP_INST
 WHERE (1=1)
  AND SLSL.I_LP_INST = :P6_SCENARIO
   AND SLS.LP_STEP_TYPE = 'RS'
--   AND SLSL.STATUS IN ('M','D')
 GROUP BY SUBSTR(SLR.CONTEXT_CODE, 9, 5),
           SLSL.start_date,SLSL.end_date,SLI.load_plan_name,
          SLS.scen_name,SLS.LP_STEP_NAME, SST.SESS_NO

Finally, this is the last query. This query takes the task number as an input, and will display the detail for all the tasks contained in a scenario.
SELECT SST.TASK_NAME2 AS "Session Name"
     , SST.TASK_NAME3 AS "Task Name"
     , CASE WHEN SSTL.TASK_END IS NULL 
            THEN TRUNC(ROUND((NVL(SSTL.TASK_END , SYSDATE) - SSTL.TASK_BEG)*86400) / 3600) || ':' || 
                 LPAD(TRUNC(MOD(ROUND((NVL(SSTL.TASK_END , SYSDATE) - SSTL.TASK_BEG)*86400), 3600) / 60), 2, 0) || ':' || 
                 LPAD(MOD(ROUND((NVL(SSTL.TASK_END , SYSDATE) - SSTL.TASK_BEG)*86400), 60), 2, 0)
            ELSE TRUNC(TASK_DUR / 3600) || ':' || LPAD(TRUNC(MOD(TASK_DUR, 3600) / 60), 2, 0) || ':' || LPAD(MOD(TASK_DUR, 60), 2, 0) 
       END AS "Load Time"
     , substr(sst.def_context_code,9,5) "Context"
     , SSTL.TASK_BEG AS "Start Time"
     , SSTL.TASK_END AS "End Time"
     , SSTL.NB_DEL AS "Rows Deleted"
     , SSTL.NB_UPD AS "Rows Updated"
     , SSTL.NB_INS AS "Rows Inserted"
     , SSTL.NB_ERR AS "# Of Errors"
     , SST.SESS_NO 
     , sst.scen_task_no
/* UNCOMMENT TO GET SQL EXECUTED FOR THIS STEP */
  FROM SNP_SESS_TASK SST,
      SNP_SESS_TASK_LOGv SSTL 
 WHERE (1=1)
   AND SST.SESS_NO =:P7_TASK   
   AND SSTL.TASK_STATUS IN ('D','M','R')
   AND SSTL.SCEN_TASK_NO = SST.SCEN_TASK_NO 
   AND SST.SESS_NO = SSTL.SESS_NO
 

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