Oracle Database - SQL*Net roundtrips to from client

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SQL*Net roundtrips to from client is a statistics that you can see in the autotrace statistics and means :

  • How much SQL*Net mesages are sent to and received from the client. This includes round-trips for fetches from a multiple-row result set.

How to minimize it ?

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