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Performance Tuning [message #220305] Tue, 20 February 2007 03:10 Go to next message
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Is there any precaution to take before going to write a query
Re: Performance Tuning [message #220319 is a reply to message #220305] Tue, 20 February 2007 04:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I always like to make sure my chair provides back support, my monitor is at the correct height, and that I've got a fresh cup of coffee.

On a more serious note - could you explain what sort of answer you are expecting?


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Re: Performance Tuning [message #220328 is a reply to message #220305] Tue, 20 February 2007 05:25 Go to previous message
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Reported By: rao_papa On: Tue, 20 February 2007 05:43 In: SQL & PL/SQL SQL & PL/SQL Newbies Performance Tuning
Reason Any one will write a query that is not a matter...that query should be good in performance wise...it should not give any performance problem further ...

Again, apply some rationale before posting the question and reporting it. Out of a possible million precautions one would take, which particular one are you talking about?
Just go through this section on performance tuning manual.
You can understand how vague your question could be.

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