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Kevin P Smith
Joined: Feb 18, 2005
Aug 02, 2006 02:06:00
I'm looking for ways to improve the speed of my SQL search and was thinking JavaBeans might do it.
I have had a little look rounf tinternet to see how to do it, only thing is I'm not sure if I can put all of the results into one BEan or if I need to create a new Bean for each line of the results?
Is there a way of creating an array of get/set for one Bean or wil i need to create a new instance of the Bean each time.
Joined: Nov 24, 2005
Aug 02, 2006 02:10:00
JavaBeans won't improve the speed of your SQL.
You'll use them to store the db records (usually one bean per record), and arrange them a convenient way for you to retrieve them. For example, using a primary key as the key of a Map.
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Joined: Apr 02, 2004
Aug 03, 2006 01:45:00
If the database that you're using allows for indexes creation, then you should probably being using indexes to speed things up. Index the columns that are used in the WHERE clause.
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