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How to make a query faster.
Joined: Feb 25, 2004
Mar 03, 2004 14:29:00
I have a sql query which works well. but the only problem with it
is its extremely slow.Its a compound query and i have to query DB2
database.I am using Java/JDBC to write a stored procedure
Joined: Oct 14, 2001
Mar 03, 2004 15:29:00
You need to identify the bottleneck: is it
or DB2? Run the query from a command-line tool (i.e. not through JDBC). Is it still as slow?
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Joined: May 26, 2003
Mar 03, 2004 18:08:00
Did you try adding indexes to your table? Also, try posting the query. Maybe someone here can give you tips on it.
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