Each release of Oracle has introduced features and behaviors that are intended to process SQL more efficiently and to allow better control over performance. The basic principles, however, remain the same: design to maximize scalability by reducing latching and locking to a minimum; consider all options for object implementation; and compare test results for different approaches before making a decision on production implementation.
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