My Oracle Support Banner JDBC Slower Than When Retrieving Resultsets (Doc ID 2210850.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 17, 2022

Applies to:

JDBC - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When fetching a resultset from the database, reading the returned data by means of getter calls (such as getInt or getString) takes much longer to complete when using the JDBC driver compared to the JDBC driver.
This reproduces from a very small tests that retrieve data from a single dummy table.
The particular getter calls are getInt() and getString().
Isolating the test to call only one of these makes no difference -- reading through the resultset consistently takes about 2 times as long with the driver compared to the driver.

In both cases, JDK 1.8 is used.
Patch 20884977 has already been applied on top of the JDBC driver, but the problem persists.


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