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Viewing MySQL Document Store Queries in MySQL Database Services

Blog: Oracle BPM

With local or on-premise instances of MySQL, we can use the general_log to view the queries that are executed when we make calls to the MySQL Document Store API. This approach, however, does not work when working with MySQL Database Service (MDS) instances running in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. In this post, we’ll show you how to get the raw SQL that is executed on as MDS instance when we make calls to the Document Store API.

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