Out-of-the-box, I guess you know there is no such provision.
However, at DB level there is a workaround that comes to mind.
1. Create a seperate table/database->table called COUNT.
2. Write a trigger that updates a field in the COUNT table which measures the number of times the field was updated.
Another option is at Text Parsing level, but it is very raw.
Identify the statements in the log-file which occur when a DB transaction takes place. Use a text event correlation like SEC (Simple Event Correlation) to identify them and update a counter file where you can store this.
Hope these are helpful...
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Thank you for the prompt response.. issues are: I am not able to create any additional table or field in this enviroment which will impact the contract with HP.
Extracting results based on creation date will only shows number of tickets registered a day.. I am looking to identify the transaction rates based on registration & updates will give some analytical statistics to measure the daily activities..