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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "Nirmal/Derby-4587- Design Details" by Nirmal
Date Sun, 16 May 2010 16:19:14 GMT
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== Derby-4587-Add tools for improved analysis and understanding of query plans and execution
statistics ==
== Design in Detail ==

=== Introduction ===

Quite frequently, the users of Derby have troubles in comprehending the steps followed by
the optimizer when it translates a query into a query plan, and details such as time to execute,
resource utilization at each step of the query plan. There are low-level features in Derby
which capture this information and 
record it, such as logQueryPlan, and the XPLAIN tables, so this project will lead to a development
of a new tool which can process the query plan and execution statistics information and present
it in a more comprehensible fashion i.e. a graphical interpretation of the query plan.

== Process View ==

Please see the suggesting Process View of the Design at http://nirmalfdo.blogspot.com/2010/05/suggesting-process-view-of-design.html


=== Tool-I ===
Tool-I is a small Java program using standard JDBC which can read the query execution data
for a SQL statement from the Derby XPLAIN tables and emit the data in XML tagged format. For
each step in a query, we will retrieve the query execution data as XML data and combine these
XML fragments to create a single large Raw XML document which will also contain necessary
XML document related properties.

=== Tool-II ===
Tool-II will format the XML-formatted data into visual information in a browser, using an
XSLT style sheet. 

==== XSLT Style Sheet ====
First I will do a research on Derby to recognize all the possible instances that can be occur
in a query such as sort, hash-join etc. Next I planned to write the template, as it iteratively
looks for the instance occurred at that particular step and displays the image + details (execution
time, resource usage), for all the steps that were followed when executing the query. Here,
image and details can be obtained through the XML file emitted by the query plan. 


 

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