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I've got a MODIFY script that loads a hold file into a table. The job is fast if the hold file is small, and slow if it is large, un-surprisingly.
The table itself is very basic; five fields, no keys. I think the MODIFY job is doing inserts row by row, and I feel that there are probably some performance tuning opportunities here.
This is my code:
TABLE FILE FOCCACHE/STEPONE
ID AS BOR_ID
ON TABLE HOLD AS &HOLDNAME
-** Load the data into the SQL Server table
MODIFY FILE SUMARYFORINVOICING_BOR_IDS_TO_UNIQUE_ID_V2
FIXFORM FROM &HOLDNAME
MATCH BOR_ID UNIQUEID USER_ACCT LOG_DATE LOG_TIME
ON NOMATCH INCLUDE
ON MATCH REJECT
DATA ON &HOLDNAME
Any advice on making this fly?
JoeyThis message has been edited. Last edited by: <Kathryn Henning>,
-WebFOCUS 8.2.01 on Windows
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