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datatools tooooo sloooooow....... [message #40593] Wed, 16 January 2008 22:13 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: paule.willcode4beer.com

What can I do to make the data tools useful?

When I try to expand a table in the viewer it takes between 15 and 20
minutes to complete. Meanwhile eclipse is stuck hanging (completely
unusable).
Running a simple select take between 20 and 30 seconds.

If I write a simple JDBC class to show the columns in a table, or perform
a select, it runs in a fraction of a second.

There are only about 2 dozen columns in the table.
Is the tool this bad or am I missing some kind of configuration option?

I'm using the Oracle thin driver pointing at a 10g instance if that is
useful
Re: datatools tooooo sloooooow....... [message #40720 is a reply to message #40593] Tue, 22 January 2008 20:37 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: john.graham.sybase.com

Paul wrote:

> What can I do to make the data tools useful?

> When I try to expand a table in the viewer it takes between 15 and 20
> minutes to complete. Meanwhile eclipse is stuck hanging (completely
> unusable).
> Running a simple select take between 20 and 30 seconds.

> If I write a simple JDBC class to show the columns in a table, or perform
> a select, it runs in a fraction of a second.

> There are only about 2 dozen columns in the table.
> Is the tool this bad or am I missing some kind of configuration option?

> I'm using the Oracle thin driver pointing at a 10g instance if that is
> useful

Paul,

Haven't heard of such slow performance, and given your observation
comparing the Java JDBC call, something must be wrong in your
environment/configuration.

A couple of things to check -- look in your eclipse/features directory and
let us know the version number appended on the end of the
org.eclipse.datatools.enablement.oracle.feature directory (Something like
"1.6.0.200801211"). Also, check in your /workspace/.metadata directory for
a .log file and see if there is anything to note in it, especially
starting with a "org.eclipse.datatools." prefix.

HTH,
John Graham
Eclipse Data Tools Platform PMC Chair
Re: datatools tooooo sloooooow....... [message #589650 is a reply to message #40593] Tue, 22 January 2008 20:37 Go to previous message
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Paul wrote:

> What can I do to make the data tools useful?

> When I try to expand a table in the viewer it takes between 15 and 20
> minutes to complete. Meanwhile eclipse is stuck hanging (completely
> unusable).
> Running a simple select take between 20 and 30 seconds.

> If I write a simple JDBC class to show the columns in a table, or perform
> a select, it runs in a fraction of a second.

> There are only about 2 dozen columns in the table.
> Is the tool this bad or am I missing some kind of configuration option?

> I'm using the Oracle thin driver pointing at a 10g instance if that is
> useful

Paul,

Haven't heard of such slow performance, and given your observation
comparing the Java JDBC call, something must be wrong in your
environment/configuration.

A couple of things to check -- look in your eclipse/features directory and
let us know the version number appended on the end of the
org.eclipse.datatools.enablement.oracle.feature directory (Something like
"1.6.0.200801211"). Also, check in your /workspace/.metadata directory for
a .log file and see if there is anything to note in it, especially
starting with a "org.eclipse.datatools." prefix.

HTH,
John Graham
Eclipse Data Tools Platform PMC Chair
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