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hi,

i have to do 56 insertion records on a single postback.

any body tell me how to use batch update of oracle in dot net.

or any other optimized way

thanks
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hi,

but it works for only one type of query.
 But i have three queries which are executed 17 times each.

i wanted to supply all the queries once to the oracle.

is is possible.
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no that's not possible.

the closest you could get would be a pl/sql procedure that does the 3 queries for you,  doesn't really reduce the work load at all. but might make your code simpler.
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>> or any other optimized way

You could make use of array insertions( bulk operations) in oracle pl/sql. The data in the array is sent as a single unit.This reduces the network round trips between your calling program and the database server.

The pl/sql code takes the following form.

declare
 -- array type declaration
 -- array variable declaration
begin
 forall in in <array variable>.first..<array variable>.last
  insert into <your table>(column name) values(<array variable1>(i), <array variable2>(i).....);

end;
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that's essentially the same thing as the bulk operations with array binding except you're bulk binding pl/sql arrays instead of c# arrays.

Unfortunately, that doesn't help the problem of trying to do 3 different things.    If all the data could be passed to a single stored procedure as suggested above, then the contents of that procedure might look something like sujith80's template code, except copied 3 times, once for each query.
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