We are running DQC 10.4 and have some fairly complex scoring plans, meaning, multiple connections/joins to other tables/data sources within.
Since we are currently experiencing some issues with execution times, we would like to determine is it due to the mentioned join complexity,
to try to simplify them, or to perform some database tasks to resolve these issues (like creating additional indexes).
So, the main question is - is there a way to get the SQL statements generated during the scoring plan execution, in regards to the Join components?
Or, better to say, after the performed Join, with all columns, conditions and join keys?