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Jan292008

Speed up (Oracle) database code with result caching

One of the most interesting new features of Oracle 11 is the new function result caching mechanism. Until now, making sure that a PL/SQL function gets executed only as many times as necessary was a black art. The new caching system makes that quite easy -- here is how it works.

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November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterRussak

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