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Retrieving data from data base using Chunk size

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I have a large table contains millions of records.  Is there a way I can set from database level using chunk size?  For example every time retrieving 100 chunks, this way I only need three times to find the record I want.

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Not in any database I've ever seen. Though what you want to do does sound not unlike 'Fetch' size, which is almost always ajustable.

What dataset?



Second thought, what are you doing that is requiring a fetch of that many records.......?
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