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VFP 6.0 FORMS SLOWER THAN VFP 5.0

VFP 6.0 FORMS SLOWER THAN VFP 5.0

VFP 6.0 FORMS SLOWER THAN VFP 5.0

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I have a form, with a lot of data on it, whose response time performance is acceptable under VFP 5.0 on a 100Mhz pentium but under VFP 6.0 is unacceptably slow when moving from record to record, or from page to page on the form. I have tried everything to speed it up, including redeveloping the form in VFP 6.0, eliminating use of wizards, eliminating pages, etc. All to no avail.

Can anyone suggest where the problem might lie, or where I can start looking for an answer?

RE: VFP 6.0 FORMS SLOWER THAN VFP 5.0

Try www.universalthread.com

RE: VFP 6.0 FORMS SLOWER THAN VFP 5.0

im just guessing but perhaps one of your controls acts differently under 6. eg there is a terminal control that will not work under 6 at all. try taking each control off individually and see if the overall performance of the form increases. if you cannot remove the controls without breaking the form i guess your in a corner. either that or replace it with a coded facsimile.

RE: VFP 6.0 FORMS SLOWER THAN VFP 5.0

You must maintanace you table index

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