....So I have a bunch
of parsed, but
unexecuted queries. Seems like a waste of CPU time.
Not to mention that fact that each and every parse, whether eventually
causing an execution or not, takes out a latch (like Highlanders, there
can be only one!) and causes a bottleneck.
I suspect the developers and/or vendor be treated to the "big stick" and
educated in the errors of their ways.
Good luck on that score though.
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