Thank you for the quick response, We will implement instance caging right away. We have to wait for a reply from the Patent Office before getting final approval, so please be patient. It’s great when you provide simple tests to debunk misinformation. Thanks in advance, Nic. It only gets you part way there.
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The goal here is have N users doing M iterations concurrently — you know, like you might have doing in the real world for example. Splendid January 02, – 2: For one of our projects we were using the JDBC driver – classes Your Attention please Mr.
Java Programming with Oracle JDBC by Donald Bales
Help is on the way February 16, – 4: They say the last time they used that version they got a flat tire, so they are in the process of re-inventing the wheel.
For example, we use Oracle Names in our environment to make database locations transparent to our clients, but now we have clients who are using the thin driver. Would that not be a reason for better performance in case of OCI?
We know Tom drives Hybrid: Scenario 4 is the only way a batch insert or batch update should be coded with a PreparedStatement. Our web application uses Servlets and JSPs we do not use appletswhich are housed in a Tomcat engine.
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Hi Tom, I love your response above. Now, If the database session is abruptly killed 1. Tom, Performance for thin vs. It only gets you part way there. Question between Answer Thanks for the question, Nick.
When any one of our nodes experiences high CPU consumption, It appears as if Websphere routes most of the connections to this node causing the CPU to max out.
I also believe that’s the case, but I would need an oraclr source to prove it, and I can’t seem to find any.
Difference between thin driver and oci driver (JDBC and Relational Databases forum at Coderanch)
From the server standpoint there is not difference between the two. I’ve just modified the perftest. Tom, Please guide me through this.
In Oracle WebLogic Server Is that still true? It will require the installation of the Oracle8 client on the machine with the tomcat engine. Shouldn’t it be closer or the same as the PreparedStatement? I behween if there are any issues that we may encounter in the JDBC Drivers perspective while upgrading. I can’t seem to find any mention of this in the Oracle docs or on Google.
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Sorry snd bother you so much. The following is the single user test environment, but it doe’nt matter as one should scale with multiple users not with single user. The only way to achieve the best performance is to fix the code the use PreparedStatement correctly.
I know you’ve got these scattered all over the place, in presentations and whatnot, but for the basic ones: The value should be the directory where tnsnames.
It’s great when you provide simple tests to debunk misinformation. Just Great March 07, – 3: Any good to read links would be great. Thus, it is only an option on platforms that have native Oracle drivers available and it is not a “pure” Java implementation.
You Asked Hi Tom, As always, thanks for your help.