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Mon Aug 17, 2015 7:39 pm Change Time Zone

Not sure where else to put this question, but:

Is there any way to use either ecl or eclplus from the command line to get a list of which superfiles are in use by a roxie query?

using:
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ecl queries files roxie myquery


only shows subfiles, not the superfile that contains them. It appears that I could use "ecl queries list" to find the original workunit and then use eclplus to dump the XML and parse that (although you'd have to then do some work to figure out what is a super file and what is just a regular file).

ECLWatch, under the queries tab, has this information in plain sight. So is there any way to get it from the command line?
alex
 
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Tue Aug 18, 2015 2:19 pm Change Time Zone

I do not see a way to get this information from the ecl command line tool.

I have submitted a feature request (improvement) in our issue tracking system.

https://track.hpccsystems.com/browse/HPCC-14088

HTH,

Jim
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