This document discusses how to enable Symbian SQL tracing
You can enable SQL tracing in two steps.
Enabling the executable for trace
The three sub-components of the Symbian SQL library executable are the database client, the database server and the SQLite static library with these .mmp files:
In each of these files look for the macro SYMBIAN_INCLUDE_EXECUTABLE_TRACE and uncomment it.
Enabling the trace type
SQL traces are of three types:
Function entry and exit traces: these traces generate timestamps indicating how long a function took to execute and what its argument was. Where the argument is an SQL statement, these traces are useful for identifying inefficient use of SQL.
Error traces: these trace function leaves and panics in the client and server and are useful for debugging database applications.
Key event traces: these traces supply data about key events which are relevant to database implementation:
IPC calls sent to and serviced by the SQL server.
Startup and close of the SQL server.
The number of full table scans and sort operations performed by an RSqlStatement object.
Traces of each type can be enabled independently. The file UTraceSql.h defines the macros
SYMBIAN_TRACE_SQL_FUNC to enable function entry and exit traces,
SYMBIAN_TRACE_SQL_ERR to enable error traces, and
SYMBIAN_TRACE_SQL_EVENTS to enable key events.
To enable tracing you uncomment the macro for the type of tracing required.
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