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multiple statements or in a stored proc
Joined: Oct 23, 2003
Feb 28, 2004 07:38:00
What is a better apporach to have in a scenario where i have 10 DML (ins/upd/del)to execute.
Whether to use 10 individual statements or have all of them in one stored proc
Joined: Feb 28, 2003
Feb 28, 2004 09:32:00
The solution depends on the architecture of your application. I prefer keeping it in the
(10 statements), but there are times where you'd use a procedure as well.
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Joined: May 26, 2003
Feb 28, 2004 16:45:00
You could use
to batch the 10 statements into one database trip. This would provide most of the advantages of a stored procedure while keeping all the code in java.
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