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How does resultset behave ?

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I have a method which iterates over result set.

If the resultset fetchsize is increased to 2000, the method takes less time, so I wondered :

If the result set is 80 and I had a fetch size of only 8 , then would the app hit the database after every 8 records it fetched ?

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yes, each time new rows are needed by the result set another 8 rows would be fetched.
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So, that would add the time taken to iterate through the result set, especially if the network latency between app server and db server is not negligible ?
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