Performance problem with Oracle

We are currently getting a system developed in Unix/Weblogic/Tomcat/Oracle environment. We have developed a screen that contains 5 or 6 different parameters to select from. We could select multiple parameters in each of these selections. The idea behind the subsequent screens is to attach information to already existing data/ possible future data that matches the selection criteria.
Based on these selections, existing data located within the system in a table is searched and those that match are selected. Also new rows are created in the table against combinations that do not currently have a match. Frequently multiple parameters are selected, and 2000 different combinations need to be searched in the table. Of these selections, only about 100 or 200 combinations will be available in existing data. So the system is having to insert 1800 rows. The user meanwhile waits for the system to come up with data based on their selections. The user is not willing to wait more than 30 seconds to get to the next screen. In the above mentioned scenario, the system takes more than an hour to insert the new records and bring the information up. We need suggestions to see if the performance can be improved this drastically. If not what are the alternatives? Thanks

The #1 cause for performance problems with Oracle is not using it correctly.
I find it hard to believe that with the small data volumes mentioned, that you can have perfornance problems.
You need to perform a sanity check. Are you using Oracle correctly? Do you know what bind variables are? Are you using indexes correctly? Are you using PL/SQL correctly? Is the instance setup correctly? What about storage, are you using SAME (RAID10) or something else? Etc.
Facts. Oracle peforms exceptionally well. Oracle exceptionally well.
Simple example from a benchmark I did on this exact same subject. App-tier developers not understanding and not using Oracle correctly. Incorrect usage of Oracle doing a 100,000 SQL statements. 24+ minutes elapsed time. Doing those exact same 100,000 SQL statement correctly (using bind variables) - 8 seconds elapsed time. (benchmark using Oracle 10.1.0.3 on a Sunfire V20z server)
But then you need to use Oracle correctly. Are you familiar with the Oracle Concepts Guide? Have you read the Oracle Application Developer Fundamentals Guide?

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