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REST API call taking more time than excuting a SQL on the Oracle SQL Developer  RSS feed

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In my REST API call, in the code, I've been calling some SQL statements like this based on the flag value supplied at the time of web service call. I am wondering if this is an inefficient way of calling different SQLs ? The reason I am wondering is, because, my webservice call is taking 80,000ms to execute this
particular webservice call. And when I typed the exact SQL in the Oracle SQL developer's SQL Worksheet, it took only 7.4 seconds (~7000ms). So, it doesn't look like a SQL issue to me or is it like REST API calls tend to take more time than directly executing the SQL on the SQL developer?

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How are you timing this?
I would suggest putting some monitoring logging in there so you can try and see where it is going slowly.
Also, ensure you log the query you are doing.
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