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Packaged procedure tuning [message #356748] Sun, 02 November 2008 01:19 Go to next message
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I have a procedure named Account_info()
defined in a Package named circuit_int.This procedure calls
in all 7 packaged procedures, 2 procedures of its own package
i.e. of circuit_int and 2 of some different package and
3 of some different package.

Out of these 7 procedures which get called in
Account_info() procedure we have
Account_circuit(Account_no IN Number)procedure,
in that procedure Account no. gets passed as input
parameter to Account_circuit procedure, With one account no.
response time of Account_info() procedure is fine and
acceptable but with 15-20 Account nos. it is taking too much
time to execute and the response time is unacceptable.

Account_circuit is called inside a CURSOR FOR LOOP in
Account_info() procedure.

So please suggest me any way to do things correctly, so
that response time of Account_info() procedure is acceptable.
Are there and general guidelines to tune a packaged procedure?
If so please update me with these guidelines.


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Re: Packaged procedure tuning [message #356861 is a reply to message #356748] Sun, 02 November 2008 22:25 Go to previous message
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See this article for some tips on PL/SQL design

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