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You can browse through a trail via Logump and filter on the operation type (e.g., insert). You can filter on multiple operations (so include insert, update and delete to get your DML). A count function is also available. You can log your session to a text file as well. A straight COUNT will give you what you're looking for.
Logdump ## >filter include iotype insert
Logdump ## >count
How do you use multiple filters at one time? Such as, I want to filter for ONLY updates (FieldComp) for table XYZ?
Each time I run the comand "filter include filename TABLE.XYZ" and then execute the command "filter include iotype fieldcomp" (or vice versa) it only leads with the filter command I issued first. So in the above example, it's only filtering for table XYZ and giving me inserts, deletes, and updates as well.
You need to use the FILTER MATCH ALL
Logdump 119 >filter include filename CORRECT.XYZ
Logdump 120 >filter include optype FieldComp
filter match all
filter show <-- to verify that both filters are used