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Java Programming with Oracle JDBC by Donald Bales
I would figure my “Parse” and “Execute” counts to be the same as the PreparedStatement version. This question is Whilst you are here, check out some content from the AskTom team: Here are my results on a 9. I just got wnd more feedback. Here I called the doStatement method 10x.
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Would that not be a reason for better performance in case of OCI? You know, this bothered me SO much January 02, – 8: December 05, – 5: What we are wondering is why the imbalanced connections, is it because the thin client does not have logic to determine if the node is overwhelmed and direct the connection to the not overwhelmed nodes. They are different pieces of code and you may find some behaviour between the two to occi different.
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I wonder if there are any issues that we may encounter in the JDBC Drivers perspective while upgrading. Tom, We have a 4 node 11gr1 RAC database supporting a web facing application. Also a manageability difference January 02, – 4: First, I modified your program to execute the test using oraacle different possible scenarios for inserting data.
What is the difference between Oracle THIN and THICK client (Oracle JDBC OCI)?
I’ve also learned a few interesting things that I would like to share with our readers here. Elliott Frisch k 13 89 LordOfThePigs Yes you can use tnsnames. I think this discussion is still relevant to the scope of this question.
We switched one of applications and so far we didnt see any drawbacks. Not appropriately load balanced. I recently gave a presentation to the development group on why you should use PreparedStatement instead of Statement.
Splendid January 02, – 2: Our web application uses Servlets and JSPs we do not use appletswhich are housed in a Tomcat engine. This means all the Oracle Fusion Apps use the thin driver. Here is my modified java code. differencd
Is that still true? In Oracle WebLogic Server But it seems that they don’t like the thin driver due to how the failover configuration has to be done into the Annd URL rather than through tnsnames.
We presently use the thin driver to connect to an Oracle8i 8. Shouldn’t it be closer or the same as the PreparedStatement?
The implicit cursor myth The prepared statement myth The hit-ration myth The separate index and table myth. But we also do not have so much load yet In all our OOW presentations we recommend to use the thin driver. It’s the fastest driver and the most robust one.