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On the left pane, you should have a plus [+] on the left of your interface execution. It enables you to expand the execution to see all the KM steps. You can then double click on a step to retrieve all the needed information and see the generated code.
I'm not aware of another view allowing to see the count for all steps at the same time.
Hope it helps.
This screen was in the 10g version. You could see all the steps and info (#insert, #update, #errors, date beginning, date ending...) in one screen.
It seems to have disappeared with ODI Studio. :-/
As a workaround, you could create a SQL Statement that goes on WORK REPOSITORY and brings you the needed information. (SNP_SESSION table, and other SPN_SESS% tables).
Then, you could even do a report (OBIEE, BO, Cognos, SSRS... what you want) that displays these information in the same way that ODI 10g Operator did.
Thanks Jerome and Drieux for your quick response.
We can expand but as i said it will be very helpful if we can see all the inserts made in the child steps at a time especially in constraint check mechanism.
Will try the approach you have menionted :)
Do you guys think we can raise a SR with Oracle on this issue?