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|Low performance of prepared TDBISAMQuery|
|Sun, Apr 14 2019 3:39 AM||Permanent Link|
Roy Lambert wrote:
> Silly question - are you looping through the entire table each time there's an update?
No - it is just easiest way to reproduce/show an issue. Real code performed different things based on desired logic. And allow to execute custom sql scripts too.
|Wed, Apr 17 2019 2:19 PM||Permanent Link|
Tim Young [Elevate Software]
Elevate Software, Inc.
<< I put this code in my initial post; tables can can have any structure (main goal is to have stuff working on any given table) >>
Yes, but I specifically need what *you* are using to reproduce the problem, including table(s) with data. Without that, I really can't say what you're seeing, nor can I profile it.
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