Hi Justin

Getting debug going on the job should always put the optimizer messages into the job log. That SHOULD include using an SEP, then maybe not having any breakpoints set. I forget if when in the graphical debugger, that it will still stop at the start. Worth a try, eh?

Vern

On 1/10/2020 7:56 AM, Justin Taylor wrote:
Well that's going to be tricky since I'm working with a stored procedure called via ODBC. Is there another way?

Thanks



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No. How I turn that on? Is it a SET OPTION?
Just execute STRDBG (without parameters) before calling your program. SQL messages are then logged within the joblog

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No. How I turn that on? Is it a SET OPTION?



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