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Name SQL statements

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Created by Melanie Boyd, last modified by Melanie Boyd on Sep 29, 2016

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On the right side of each trend chart, a legend identifies each SQL statement. By default, SQL statements are identified by their hash values.

File:Success_Center/New_Articles/DPA_Getting_Started_Guide/060/040/gs-name-sql-legend.png

When you are investigating a specific SQL statement, you can give it a name to make it easier to identify. The name appears in reports and chart legends.

  1. In the chart legend, click the hash value that represents the SQL statement.

  2. In the SQL Properties dialog, enter the name.

    File:Success_Center/New_Articles/DPA_Getting_Started_Guide/060/040/gs-name-sql-properties.png

  3. Click OK.

    The legend displays the name instead of the hash value.

    The colors representing the SQL statements on the chart might change after you name the SQL statement.

    File:Success_Center/New_Articles/DPA_Getting_Started_Guide/060/040/gs-investigate-name-sql.png

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