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Default How can I Speed Up My Queries

Hello everyone.

I'm looking for ways that I can speed up my database, mostly the queries that I download from the Oracle ODBC.

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Use faster queries? =)

What is the situation now? Post some SQL and connection code, etc. How much data is involved? etc. NEI

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