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  • Execution time increases with packaged code

    I've created a package that moves data from one schema to another. Within the stored procs are insert statments that move the data. If I copy the data to the target schema and then run the insert statements, they execute much faster than moving the ...  Continue Reading

  • What session is consuming the tablespace?

    My users are filling up the UNDO tablespace and TEMP tablespace whenever they run a process which takes up to approximately six hours. This process spans several sessions (from WebLogic Server), uses a lot of global temp tables, types, etc., from ...  Continue Reading

  • Package slow after upgrade

    Our database was recently upgraded from Oracle 8.0.6 to 9.2.0.7, just before I started to work here. They have a package with a maximum of 32 input report parameters that was working very well under the 8.0.6 version and that is now extremely slow,...  Continue Reading

  • Deleting Parent and Child rows

    I have two tables (Parent and Child) containing millions of records. I want to delete some rows (106 rows) from both tables. Which is the best approach to do this? I have dropped a foreign key constraint before deleting rows from Parent. But when...  Continue Reading

  • Year-to-date period totals

    I have a table with 12 columns labeled Period1 to Period12. All columns contain numerical values. I would like to create a function, or stored procedure, which you can pass in the Current Period and create a Year to Date total.  Continue Reading

  • Slow "create table" statement

    I have two servers; one is Oracle 8.1.7.4 on Unix, the other is Oracle 9.2.0.1 on Windows. I tried this SQL command: "create table xx as select * from table1@server2." This statement is very slow (43 seconds), but the query is very fast (0 to 1 ...  Continue Reading

  • Improving performance of inserts

    First we read records from three different tables and insert into a temp table. From the temp table I fetch the records one by one, do some calculations and insert into another table if the record is new. If it already exists then I update the ...  Continue Reading

  • Slow for loop cursor

    I have three tables, A, B and C. Table A has 450,000 records, and B has 80,000. I have created a for loop cursor on table A and check B in that loop. If a record is found in B then I want it to be inserted in table C. But I waited eight hours for ...  Continue Reading

  • SQL for joining two tables

    What is the SQL statement that can be used to join two tables?  Continue Reading

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