oci_set_db_operation

(PHP 7 >= 7.2.14, PHP 7.3.1 > 7.3 PECL OCI8 >= 2.2.0)

oci_set_db_operationSets the database operation

Description

oci_set_db_operation ( resource $connection , string $dbop ) : bool

Sets the DBOP for Oracle tracing.

The database operation name is registered with the database when the next 'round-trip' from PHP to the database occurs, typically when a SQL statement is executed.

The database operation can subsequently be queried from database administration views such as V$SQL_MONITOR.

The oci_set_db_operation() function is available when OCI8 uses Oracle 12 (or later) Client libraries and Oracle Database 12 (or later).

Parameters

connection

An Oracle connection identifier, returned by oci_connect(), oci_pconnect(), or oci_new_connect().

dbop

User chosen string.

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Examples

Example #1 Setting the DBOP

<?php

$c 
oci_connect('hr''welcome''localhost/XE');

// Record the operation
oci_set_db_operation($c'main query');

// Code that causes a round-trip, for example a query:
$s oci_parse($c'select * from dual');
oci_execute($s);
oci_fetch_all($s$res);

sleep(30);

?>
// While the script is running, the administrator can see the database operations
// being performed:

sqlplus system/welcome
SQL> select dbop_name from v$sql_monitor;

Notes

Caution

Round-trip Gotcha

Some but not all OCI8 functions cause round-trips. Round-trips to the database may not occur with queries when result caching is enabled.

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