Well tuned (using appropriate indexes and following a good execution
plan) Queries work faster than procedures. If the query involves
mathematical computation or operations such as substr, concatenations,
then a PL/SQL procedure works better. It all depends what the quey is
doing.

Lokesh

"Thies C. Arntzen" wrote:
> 
> On Mon, May 14, 2001 at 02:52:01PM +0200, Robert Boehrs wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > i've just made some simple test with oracle and stored procedures. I've used
> > a simple select-statement within the stored procedure and the same query for
> > a direct query within php.
> > The direct query was about 50% faster. Is that normal? Will the stored
> > procedures become faster with more complex queries?
> 
>     this pretty much depends on the code you write.
> 
>     could you send me the code you used for your "little"
>     benchmark - so i could have a loot at it?
> 
>     tc
> 
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