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From: todd dot e dot rinaldo at jpmorgan dot com
Subject: RE: Is there a performance advantage to using placeholders with Sybase?
Date: Jan 7 2008 11:15PM
I would say yes. Sybase has to prepare the query (compile) every time you
run a prepare. If you only 1 run prepare, then you're having to deal with
query time only. This should be more efficient. I've been told there's a
risk of some sort of funky tempdb usage based on the contents of the
prepare when place holders are involved, but I've really never noticed an
P.S. If you're looking to optimize, then another thing you should look at
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of Wechsler, Steven
Sent: Monday, January 07, 2008 4:25 PM
Subject: Is there a performance advantage to using placeholders with
DBI documentation says that you're better off using placeholders rather
than continully preparing and executing, or using $dbh->do(). Does this
hold true with Sybase?
Steve Wechsler | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sybase/SQL Server/MySQL Database Administrator
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