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I need to insert multiple records(in tens of thousands)from a pipe delimited text file to oracle stored procedures. Is using JDBC faster for this purpose or calling oracle stored procedures is faster. I am using Oracle Stored Procedures and i think it is extremely slow. Please suggest
Not entirely sure what you are asking, it kinda sounded like: I am required to feed this data to a stored procedure, so which is going to be faster? Stored procedure (the requirement), or JDBC (not the requirement)?
Did you mean to say that you want to load the data into tables, and you don't know which of the two choices to use? Or did you mean that you are trying to decide between a PL/SQL stored procedure or a Java stored procedure? FYI, if you are only trying to load tables, want to do it fast, and the data file(s) will be on the same machine as you are running the database instance on, try Oracle's sqlldr utility. It has something called a 'direct path load' feature, which is your fastest way to do bulk data loads. Triggers don't get fired, so it really only works for bulk loads of data. [ February 03, 2003: Message edited by: Reid M. Pinchback ]
"Reddy", You have 150 posts and an invalid display name. Your display name must be your first name, a space, then your last name. We're light on rules here, but we actively enforce this one. Change your display name immediately or your account will be deleted. I'm assuming you had a valid name and have changed it to something invalid, which is why I didn't delete your account immediately. I'd change it back quickly though. thanks Dave