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Re^7: latency and round-trips

by techcode (Hermit)
on Dec 18, 2008 at 12:35 UTC ( #731241=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^6: latency and round-trips
in thread DBI Queries take half an hour

While I do lack knowledge with Oracle and obviously your system/implementation - I don't get it why don't you just do something like:
sub get_all_data{ return $sth2->fetchall_arrayref(); } $p = Project->new_project($id); $cursor = $p->get_all_data(); $| = 1; # to turn on autoflush (turn off print/output cashing) foreach my $row (@$cursor){ print OUTPUT do{ local $" = qq{\t}; qq{$row->[1]\$\$\$\$\n}; } if defined $row->[1]; }

The part inside do{} is something I see for the first time, so I'm not sure if you are trying to output a TAB separated file? In particular I'm not sure what does "qq{$row->[1]\$\$\$\$\n};" do?

Also speaking in general - mixing OOP ( ...etc) and non-OOP (global $sth2 value) is usually not a good thing. IMHO you should keep consistency - pick one and stick with it.

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