I don't get this implied reasoning that if I am using SQL then it must
inherently be slower. First of all, neither is doing any database I/O so
index evaluation and all that jack is out of the picture. Once the code
is compiled it can be ran on a machine that doesn't even have the SQL
option installed so it's not like it has to call a bunch of external
stuff. (Ok, maybe I'm off here. Maybe the callable stuff is installed on
every machine with the OS. But if one can imply that imbedded sql is
inherently slower than I can imply the callable routines are not
installed.)


Rob Berendt

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