[DB2-L] z/OS v7.1: Scrollable vs. Non-scrollable

Ruediger Kurtz

[DB2-L] z/OS v7.1: Scrollable vs. Non-scrollable

thanks for the reply, and yes, I would like some specifics, if it isn't too much bother for you.

Best regards

Ruediger Kurtz

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Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2005 07:36:27 -0600
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I ran some initial tests on our test machine initial test on scrollable
cursors back when version 7 was new. My best result had them running twice
as long so we quickly lost interest in trying to use them.

Besides performance, our other con was the internal storage space used.
Static scrollable cursors used some pool space that we wished to use

If you would like some further details, please contact me and I'll dig up
some specifics.

Dave Churn
DST Systems, Inc.
Vice-President, Heart of America DB2 Users Group

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