I think I'd looked at that thread - different issue.
multi-thread JOBQ - one that has more than 1 for max active on the JOBQ
entry of a subsystem description.
CSV is no option - these are going into what are kind of Excel templates
- I don't like using that word, since it's a term-of-art in Excel.
But in SQL2JXL you can name a workbook that is the model for the result
- so you can have headers and graphics and all at the top - data is
filled in at the first row after the existing content.
On 7/2/2014 2:49 PM, Nathan Andelin wrote:
I'm not sure what a multi-thread JOBQ might be, but it appears that there
was another discussion dealing with multiple instances of SQL2JXL jobs
I think that such performance problems are quite common with utilities
which dynamically format the results of SQL queries into some other
format... particularly when Java is involved.
Have you considered streaming SQL result sets to .CSV instead?