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Even the idea create a temporary table holding only primary key and Column b, and then apply cursor to it is slow. Would u please help me how can i faster my procedure.u have given information 9i it same for oracle8i & dev6i.please help me Thank u very much for ur kind update information is really nice and working very insert----same prolem. That means -- just using math here -- that we have 600 seconds, 12,000 queries to run, 12000/60 = 20, so we are doing 20 per second -- or each query is taking 0.05 cpu seconds to run. do anything 12,000 times and you might have a problem tho! this might be one of the rare times that a temp table can be useful.
I am think of the way without using cursor, script as below. I don't understand what's the problem.i am going to give u full overview of my problem. The software is available in different portion of the country for data entry and report generation etc. What about: create global temporary table gtt ( id int primary key, cnt int ) on commit delete rows / you'll add that ONCE, it'll become part of your schema forever....
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