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Feature/improve coverage source query #981

merged 4 commits into from Jul 18, 2019


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commented Jul 17, 2019

Resolves #970

@rafael-trevisan - Will you be able to apply the changed package body on your DB, that was causing problems and confirm that it is working as expected?

This PR includes a different solution to the one your DBA has applied but it should also work fine.
The changed query syntax also applies some readability improvements to the code.

@jgebal jgebal added this to the v3.1.8 milestone Jul 17, 2019

@jgebal jgebal requested review from lwasylow and PhilippSalvisberg Jul 17, 2019


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commented Jul 17, 2019

Hi @jgebal, I confirm the change that @fabiopan has done is already in our DB and works beautifully. We've been generating the Coverage Report since the last couple days without any problem and its line number is accurate.

We did some improvement in the original workaround, so the version @fabiopan has posted is the lastest one.


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commented Jul 18, 2019

The code is much more readable due to the code templates. And the query does not need subqueries anymore. That’s good. However, the optimizer has still the freedom to completely rewrite the statement. If this results in a bad plan (for all/dba_source access) then further named subqueries to isolate all/dba_source access with a no_merge or materialize hint might help. I’d go with this change “as is” now.

@PhilippSalvisberg PhilippSalvisberg merged commit 0858701 into develop Jul 18, 2019

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