The Oracle database has been designed to allow developers to design and build
applications that will provide very high performance and scale to thousands of
users. Much of the work done by the database engine is of repetitive nature:
Multiple users continue to perform the same type of transactions, and Oracle can
efficiently share information between these, leading to reductions in resource usage
on database and application servers. In a similar manner, batching network
operations reduces network resource consumption.
This white paper discusses how applications can utilize the Oracle features available
to handle SQL statements and PL/SQL blocks providing high performance and
scalability and at the same time reduce server and network resource consumption.

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