A system and method for monitoring resource usage in a software system such as a database system is described. The user selects an application to monitor through a user-interface. On selection, one or more first-level statement groups associated with the application are displayed and run-time data for at least one of the displayed first-level statement groups is displayed. Illustrative run-time data indicating resource usage include the amount of processor time used to execute a first-level statement group. The user may then select a first-level statement group so that at least one second-level statement group associated with the selected first-level statement group is displayed, including various run-time data. When the selected application is a database application, a user may review run-time information associated with the execution of database packages, sections and individual SQL statements, including dynamic SQL statements.
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