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Slow slow Pro*C compilation with sqlcheck=semantic

I am trying to compile a Pro*C program. I am using embedded SQLPlus so
I am forced to set SQLCHECK=SEMANTIC which is OK.

Now, I have 2 databases: one is a development and the other is
production. They should be the same. Tables, indexes etc. are the same
in the two databases.

If I compile against the production the precompile is very fast.
But if I point the Pro*C to the development database the
precompilation becomes extremely slow. It takes several hours - but it
eventually gets through!?!

Does anyone have any idea what I should look for?

Any help appreciated

/Thomas
Jul 19 '05 #1
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