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History of recently executed queries?


Jim Tykal (166116) | asked Jan 19 '11, 10:30 a.m.
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I seem to recall seeing a capability in RTC that allowed a user to view a history of recently executed queries. Is this possible, or was I dreaming about RTC demos again?
If so, is the historical result set data available as well? (i.e., what did the query return at the time it was run?)

Thanks,
Jim

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Ralph Schoon (60.7k33643) | answered Jan 19 '11, 12:23 p.m.
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Hi Jim,

I coudn't find anything like a query history. There is a work item history in the Eclipse client that remembers the last work items viewed.
In the Eclipse client you can also pin a query and then running a new one creates a new query window so that you can have several result sets open.
There is also a favorites mechanism that allows to have some favorite queries.


Ralph

I seem to recall seeing a capability in RTC that allowed a user to view a history of recently executed queries. Is this possible, or was I dreaming about RTC demos again?
If so, is the historical result set data available as well? (i.e., what did the query return at the time it was run?)

Thanks,
Jim

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Geoffrey Clemm (30.0k23035) | answered Jan 20 '11, 1:08 a.m.
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Yes, the Eclipse client provides this functionality.
The query results are shown in the Work Items view.
Click on that big yellow left-arrow, and you can select any of the query
results from your current Eclipse session.
And yes, that is the historical result set.
There is a "rerun query" operation, if you want to rerun that query.

Cheers,
Geoff

On 1/19/2011 10:38 AM, jimtykal wrote:
I seem to recall seeing a capability in RTC that allowed a user to
view a history of recently executed queries. Is this possible, or was
I dreaming about RTC demos again?
If so, is the historical result set data available as well? (i.e.,
what did the query return at the time it was run?)

Thanks,
Jim

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Ralph Schoon (60.7k33643) | answered Jan 20 '11, 2:12 a.m.
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Hi Geoff,

thanks for sharing. Very valuable. Not sure why I missed that arrow it when I was looking into it though.

Thanks,

Ralph

Yes, the Eclipse client provides this functionality.
The query results are shown in the Work Items view.
Click on that big yellow left-arrow, and you can select any of the query
results from your current Eclipse session.
And yes, that is the historical result set.
There is a "rerun query" operation, if you want to rerun that query.

Cheers,
Geoff

On 1/19/2011 10:38 AM, jimtykal wrote:
I seem to recall seeing a capability in RTC that allowed a user to
view a history of recently executed queries. Is this possible, or was
I dreaming about RTC demos again?
If so, is the historical result set data available as well? (i.e.,
what did the query return at the time it was run?)

Thanks,
Jim

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Jim Tykal (166116) | answered Jan 20 '11, 9:45 a.m.
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Thanks Geoff! I'll check it out!
jim

Hi Geoff,

thanks for sharing. Very valuable. Not sure why I missed that arrow it when I was looking into it though.

Thanks,

Ralph

Yes, the Eclipse client provides this functionality.
The query results are shown in the Work Items view.
Click on that big yellow left-arrow, and you can select any of the query
results from your current Eclipse session.
And yes, that is the historical result set.
There is a "rerun query" operation, if you want to rerun that query.

Cheers,
Geoff

On 1/19/2011 10:38 AM, jimtykal wrote:
I seem to recall seeing a capability in RTC that allowed a user to
view a history of recently executed queries. Is this possible, or was
I dreaming about RTC demos again?
If so, is the historical result set data available as well? (i.e.,
what did the query return at the time it was run?)

Thanks,
Jim

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