A Couple More Useful Environment Manager Queries – Part 2
In the first blog “A Couple of Useful Environment Manager Queries” we covered a couple of basic queries that are commonly used by AppSense Support when troubleshooting issues. As many of these issues relate to performance issues or profile size, utilizing these queries to gain an understanding of captured data allows an Environment Manager (EM) Administrator to refine their settings and optimize their environment further.
In this blog we’ll cover a few variations of the queries and continues in much the same way, aimed at the EM Admin. This series of blogs isn’t intended as a SQL tutorial but hopefully provides enough information on how to use the Microsoft SQL Query Editor GUI to modify the existing SQL queries to build your own reports. There are plenty of online resources which will better describe the components of the SQL query.
If you’re not familiar with the Microsoft SQL Query Editor GUI or SQL, please review the first blog in the series. This blog doesn’t…
Read the entire article here, A Couple More Useful Environment Manager Queries – Part 2
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