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Oracle JDBC and Timestamp

Christophe Verré
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Has anybody experienced performance issues using timestamp in Oracle9i ?
Using setTimestamp in a PreparedStatement is darn slow, whereas using setDate is ok. I've already found a couple of things about this on Google, but nothing very convincing. If anybody has some light to put on that problem...


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