RE: Executing a query for the output without doing the SQLNet round trips
Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2009 17:13:11 -0000
If put an your query as inline view and do a count on non-indexed column, then you will be able to all the physical/logical IO and table accces (full or by rowid via index) in your query and can avoid SQL*Net round trips. If this what you are after?
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Subject: Re: Executing a query for the output without doing the SQLNet round trips
That could reduce the number of round-trips yes. But I am doing a local (BEQ) connection. Also, I really want to eliminate all round-trips but still have Oracle fetch all the rows and columns.
At 02:14 PM Tuesday, Syed Jaffar Hussain wrote:
>How about playing around with SQL *Net Packet size parameters (SDU & TDU)?
>Syed Jaffar Hussain
>Oracle Certified Master (10g)
Hemant K Chitale
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