Or a JOIN could do the trick in a single statement:

Such as
SELECT * FROM SYSSPEC.MYFILE a, SOMPFM03 b
WHERE a.ACTNBR = b.ACCTNMBR

or

SELECT count(*) FROM SYSSPEC.MYFILE a, SOMPFM03 b
WHERE a.ACTNBR = b.ACCTNMBR



On 3/6/07, Joe Pluta <joepluta@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> From: David Gibbs
>
>
> Actually, you aren't even using PareparedStatement's correctly in this
> case ... for what you are doing, a simple Statement would suffice
> (closing it after you're done, of course).

Not only that, but depending on the number of statements that need to be
processed, it might be faster to build a single UNION and execute the whole
thing at one time.

Joe

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