I have a number of PowerShell scripts that are being executed via an "Execute Script" monitor. These scripts store that data with $mon.RecordStat(). I would like to do some fancy mathing for a custom report. I have my system connected to M$ SQL, however; when going through the database, I cannot find my script generated data anywhere.

Can someone help me find that data?

asked 13 Oct '16, 14:04

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edited 13 Oct '16, 14:09


Hi -

The data is stored in the StatData table. To find the data you will need the StatID which you can find in the Statistic table. Hope this helps.

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