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Vijay Narayanan
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Is there any way we could know the sql's which are fired by the Weblogic Container when using CMP Entity Beans. When the Entity Beans are deployed and being used by an application, for any kind of read/write from the Database, it must be doing that by firing SQL's. So is there any setting by which we can see those sql's which get fired.
 
Anonymous
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Try this d00d --
weblogic.properties file:
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
# WEBLOGIC JDBC DRIVER PROPERTIES
# ------------------------------------------------
# Enables JDBC driver logging and sets the file name for the log
# The weblogic.jdbc.logFile is placed in the per-server
# directory (default is "myserver")
weblogic.jdbc.enableLogFile=true
weblogic.jdbc.logFileName=jdbc.log
hope that helps
 
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