SQL command history, custom keyword lists and bug fixes (Mumbai version 2.2.1.804)

Version 2.2.1.804 of Mumbai is available for download.

Here’s the list of changes:

  • You can now create your own keyword lists in the console window

  • You can now search for the SQL text by OLD_HASH_VALUE (Ctrl+Q shortcut)

  • Added SQL statement history in console window (CTRL+H)

  • Fixed the vanishing bind variable grid after running scripts in the console window
  • Fixed some of the default filters in the parameter views and now including parameters with ISMODIFIED=TRUE
  • Fixed row count showing up as zero in the status bar of the console window for queries with bind variables
  • The external tables for trace file and the alert log defined in the optional Mumbai42 schema now have statistics locked to prevent “ORA-20011: Approximate NDV failed” errors when gathering statistics when the underlying trace file no longer exists

 

 

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