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    Default What is Difference between PLAN Table and STATEMENT table ?

    I've never heard of a statement table until browsing through the Appl
    SQL Guide.

    Thanks.

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    Richard Winston Guest

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    Default Re: What is Difference between PLAN Table and STATEMENT table ?

    "Richard Winston" <rwinstonNOPSPAM.ORG> wrote in message
    news:WGm9b.262694$Os1.2069928news.easynews.com...
    > I've never heard of a statement table until browsing through the Appl
    > SQL Guide.
    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    The plan_table describes what access path is used. The statement table
    stores the actual SQL statement that is being explained.


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