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Oracle: Type2 vs. Type4 drivers' performance
Joined: May 10, 2008
Nov 15, 2008 17:58:00
I am using Oracle 10g database. For large rowset (more than 10,000 rows) retrieval which type of driver is better in terms of performance?
For long ago I read Type2 is better than Type4 in terms of performance. I don't know the recent changes in their implementation hence requesting your feedback.
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