In today’s video we’ll discuss the CURSOR_SHARING parameter, which determines how the database handles statements containing literal values.
The video is based on this article.
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- Bind Variables : For Performance and Protection Against SQL Injection (YouTube)
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The star of today’s video is Toon Koppelaars from the Real World Performance Group at Oracle, and of #SmartDB fame. 🙂
PS. I’ve already noticed I say “after login”, when I mean “after logon”. 🙂