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Published on Oct 31, 2016
Toon Koppelaars describes an experiment to measure the work done by Oracle Database to complete a specific task using different approaches. The NoPlsql approach treats the database as no more than a persistence layer, using only naive single-row SQL statements; it implements all business logic outside of it. The Thick Database approach treats the database as a processing engine; it uses a combination of sophisticated set-based SQL statements and PL/SQL to implement all business logic inside it. “No business logic in the database” advocates take note: the Thick Database approach gets the task done with far less database work than the NoPlsql approach.
Toon is a Consulting Member of Technical staff in Oracle Corporation's Real-World Performance Group.