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Tables and Relationships
Speed Up Access Queries From ASP
Posted: 11 Apr 02 (Edited 11 Apr 02)
1) Make sure that your data is correctly indexed (that does NOT mean that ALL fields need indices as they will slow down inserts/amends).
2) Make sure that your data is properly normalised.
3) Make sure that you open your recordsets at the last moment and close them as soon as possible.
4) Make sure that you only select relevant data.
5) Use paging.
6) Repair & compact the database.
7) Check the joins in your queries.
8) Get more RAM for your server.
9) Upgrade to SQL Server.
10) If you can't afford SQL Server, try MySql - it's free!
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