Paul Clapham wrote:Why not just try the two versions and see which you think is better?
Maybe that sounds a bit terse. But the fact is, it would be a lot easier for you to do that. If you don't then we are going to have a long conversation about what you mean by "better" and the size and structure of your database and its environment and so on. And there's a good chance that in your environment it isn't going to make the least bit of difference which you choose (provided it actually works and does what you want). Remember, you can always change it later if it becomes a problem.
posted 2 months ago
How to calculate the real speed of a query ? Is there a way a DB can simulate or think of huge record automatically and provide us the results
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