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DBWQL – dbWatch Query Language

Advanced Topics » DBWQL – dbWatch Query Language

Introduction to dbwql Dbwql is the query language used in dbWatch to find information about objects. This topic should be considered as the advanced part of dbWatch. It is also the central part from which many features in dbWatch are based and should be learned by…

Modifying the dbWatch Server

dbWatch Server Configuration » Modifying the dbWatch Server

Adding custom spring beans to the dbWatch server dbWatch provides some javabased hooks for customizing the behaviour of the dbwatch server. These hooks are injected into the server by the spring framework. Follow these steps to install custom classes into dbWatch…

About dbWatch

About dbWatch

dbWatch is a highly scalable software solution helping enterprises monitor and manage large numbers of database servers efficiently, providing total control over all aspects of operation, performance and resource usage. dbWatch will give you the total overview you need…

dbWatch Extensions

Advanced Topics » dbWatch Extensions

dbWatch supports many 3rd party products and external services. dbWatch currently provides these extension plugins: Email SMS HP Openview Nimsoft BigBrother Huntsman Nagios System Center Operations Manager IBM Tivoli Other systems trough SNMP Not all…

dbWatch Notes

dbWatch Navigation » dbWatch Notes

dbWatch allows you to attach notes to tasks, instances and servers. You can access the notes dialog by right clicking on a instance/task/server, and selecting “Notes” on the menu, The notes dialog has two tabs, one for public notes (visible to all…

dbWatch Navigation

dbWatch Navigation

In this section we will learn how to navigate and use functions within your dbWatch monitor.

Modifying dbWatch

Setup and Usage » Configuration » Modifying dbWatch

Adding custom spring beans to the dbWatch server dbWatch provides some javabased hooks for customizing the behaviour of the dbwatch server. These hooks are injected into the server by the spring framework. Follow these steps to install custom classes into dbWatch…

Upgrading dbWatch

Getting Started » Upgrading dbWatch

dbWatch tests and supports upgrades from 11.x to 12.x only. If you have an older installation, it is recommended that you remove the old dbWatch installation and schema in the database and install the latest dbWatch release. Steps for upgrade Contact dbWatch Support…

dbWatch Logs

dbWatch Server Configuration » dbWatch Logs

Default setup [Users home]/monitor.log: The monitor will log events to this log. [install dir]/server.log : The server will log events to this log file. Eventlog: On windows systems the server will log login events, failed login events and disconnects to the…

Overview of dbWatch

Overview of dbWatch

This topic will be covering setup and methods for the way we at dbWatch consider setting up dbWatch for Database Operations in the best possible way. It will be based on experience from our customers as well as our own database operations team. Architecture Tasks…