Re: limiting queries

From: Gints Plivna <>
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2013 22:17:45 +0300
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Do you want to limit resources (for example CPU used by user) because too many users are using too much resources? Or you want to limit record count per query because application screens are showing too many rows?
So for the first one you can look for profiles or resource manager. For the second one you have to code the info in application. AFAIK oracle haven't identic for set rowcount in sql server. You have to use where rownum <= N.

Gints Plivna

2013/9/17 Zelli, Brian <>

> Is there a way I can control users to limit the queries they run? Either
> by # of rows or time? Googling only seems to show how to do it IN a query.
> Brian
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