On Wed, Dec 1, 2021 at 5:36 PM Timothy P Clark <timclark@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The answer is a solid "maybe"... Without knowing more
details about the query and seeing the VE, it's impossible to say for sure
whether a view would improve performance, but it is worth a try.

I cannot emphasize enough: It is worth a try.

Almost anything is worth a try. And if you want to *know* whether
something is faster or not, the *only* way to truly acquire that
knowledge is to try it.

Even *with* all the details and seeing the VE, there is no substitute
for actually trying it and timing it.

John Y.

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