No. Emerald makes two SQL connections. It primarily uses the
first connection, and will use the second connection ONLY in
specific situations (like billing).
> however if you click on the stop light for either part what does that do?
I don't think it will do anything. The stop light just shows the
status of each connection (like whether a query is running=red, or
whether the connection is idle = green).
> Is this suppose to freeze the current query?
> If so it doesn't seem to work for me.
Good, its doing what its suppose to do. :)
> Also since I don't see many quries running in the second SQL window,
> in fact I think I've only ever seen one query run there, is this there
> for future versions? or.....well...I don't ...looks, maybe?
See above. You shouldn't run debug mode unless instructed
by a support engineer, also.
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