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Span classnews_dt01112002spannbsp0183321 database being converted from 734 to 92 2 query is executed on both servers 3 different results the tables and data are the same and indexes are setup on new server.
Id have a look at the execution plans your queries are using a possibility is that different execution plans are being used and the plans give different results they shouldnt do unless you have messed up and your queries are nondeterministic but if so you will be able to pin this down and complain to oracle.
The question is how to modify the code in order to get the same result on two different pc but using the same database instance details the result is 6 when i start a session from my pc with these nls_session parameters.
What you saw is session and caching working the same but the difference is as i explained session is user level but caching is application level so now i am again running sessionaspx and showing you how it stores the data at the user level.
If i save a model from session 1 and load it in session 2 and use two exactly the same data to perform inference the results are different to be more specific the inference results from the session in which the model was built is much better compared to results from a different session using the same model.
Span classnews_dt21122010spannbsp018332google search results differ on the same site in different countries is google result different when we search from various countries location plus de questions.
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You are going to run into proglems doing this with cookies first you session doesnt end because you start a new session it will end after the appropriate amount of time without activity on that session usually 20 minutes this may not be important but it is important to know for timing.
same query different results a study of repeat queries in search sessions johannes leveling and gareth j f jones sir workshop at ecir 2011 dublin ireland.