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Ludwing RS wrote:
I have a query and it takes too much time to fetch
How much time would be allowed?

There's no faster alternative to splitting a string, but it does count as a design-mistake. Each attribute in the tupel should be atomic. You should not need to separate the facts from a single field. They should have been two separate columns.

You "could" try to create an view that does the splitting, and making sure that those calculated columns are materialized. It would effectively move the extra processing required to when the view is created, rather then when the data is requested.
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