|Operating systems support
||Windows XP, Vista, 7, Windows 8/10 (desktop), Server 2003, 2008, 2012 and newer.
|What kind of unified database interfaces are supported?
||ODBC, OLE DB, IDAPI or Oracle Call Interface.
|Does the product support desktop database formats?
||Yes: Access, DBF, Excel, Paradox.
|Does the product support any DBMS-specific features?
||Yes, for Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, Sybase, MySQL, PostgreSQL and Interbase/Firebird.
|Can I monitor my server availability with this monitoring tool?
||Yes, use "SQL event" with your server connection. Check reports "FAIL" when server is not accessible.
|Can I monitor a few servers at once?
||Yes, you should create a few events with different connection properties.
|Can the monitoring tool help me to analyze my server performance?
||Yes, the monitoring tool provides detailed information about execution time and data fetching time for each event's check.
|Can I monitor CPU loading at my server?
||Yes, you should use performance counter for
remote system as an event definition.
|Can I do something with my table if number of rows exceeds critical?
||Yes, just define required operation as an event's action.
|I want to run an external tool for some database event. Is it possible with DTM DB Event tool?
||Yes, you should specify mentioned program in the action section of the event definition.
|Can I check that my server response time is greater than acceptable?
||Yes, you can use check execution time as condition.
|What kind of reports this monitoring tool provide?
||Project report (html, example), detailed execution report
(text or Excel) and cumulative/summary report (html, example).
|Does the report include data fetching time?
||Yes, as well as check execution time, action time and total event time.
|Does the monitoring software creates execution reports automatically?
||No, the user should specify output file name to create the reports.
|Can the program create one report file per day?
||Yes, $DATE$ and $TIME$ macros can be used as a part of the report file name.