Oracle – Fastest Way To Execute SQL Is? To, Not Execute It! – Query Result Cache – Part II

Before you read on, please check out my related post on "Function Result Cache". You may find it valuable in this context. Conversation sounds familiar? I am sure you have been privy to a conversation like this between an IT manager and a DBA: Manager:  My query is extremely slow. Can you make the query … Continue reading Oracle – Fastest Way To Execute SQL Is? To, Not Execute It! – Query Result Cache – Part II

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Oracle PL/SQL – Quantify Code Performance For Comparison Of Different Approaches – Tom Kyte’s “runstats”

Is my PL/SQL code going to perform better? I have rewritten my Oracle code. Now, how do I tell if my coding approach A is better than coding approach B? If someone were to ask you the above question, typically, you would give the following answers If one approach is faster than the other, that … Continue reading Oracle PL/SQL – Quantify Code Performance For Comparison Of Different Approaches – Tom Kyte’s “runstats”