Subject Re: [Firebird-Java] InterClient vs. JCA-JDBC
Thanks for answering,

> There is no "final statement" - that's why there are so many discussions.
> <g> If there is any final statement, it is that the better your designs
> (structures, indexes, queries) the better your performance. Beyond that,
> is more tweaking to tune things like memory cache, housekeeping, and so
> forth. *Use* transactions, rather than fight them by using tricks like
> autocommit to hide them; learn to avoid those long-running transactions
> that slow...slow.......slow..........everything down, etc., etc.

I agree! You can never fix bad design! But working in Internet with clients
just a 14.400 kBit Modem makes it very interesting asking for performance of

Hans Georg

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