Re: SQL Tunning

Hello Wes,

WB>    WHERE TRUNC(last_update_date) = TRUNC(SYSDATE - 1)
WB> How to improve the performance?  Do I need to create a new index field on 
the table with TRUNC(last_update_date)?

You have several opportunities:
a) you can rewrite your query to this:
       where last_update_date between trunc(sysdate)-1 and 
trunc(sysdate)-1/86400
b) you can create function based index like:
       create index tt_idx on tt(trunc(last_update_date));
c) you can add column to your table with values from trunc(last_update_date)

What option to choose mostly depends on your requirements.

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Best regards,
 Edgar                  

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