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slow client/server application

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by ORJAN, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. ORJAN

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    While running my Access application in a client/server environment, my users
    regard the application as being very slow –sometimes it takes 30-40 seconds
    to move from one registration form to another. The two databases (one with
    code, forms etc and another with the users own recorded data with some 10.000
    items) are stored on a server and MSAccessRuntime is run from 5 different
    clients.
    Does anyone have a suggestion where I should start locking to solve this
    problem?
    Any suggestion will be highly appreciated.

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  3. RuralGuy

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    I would start here: http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/performancefaq.htm

    On Wed, 2 Nov 2005 11:31:12 -0800, "ORJAN" <ORJAN@discussions.microsoft.com>
    wrote:

    >While running my Access application in a client/server environment, my users
    >regard the application as being very slow –sometimes it takes 30-40 seconds
    >to move from one registration form to another. The two databases (one with
    >code, forms etc and another with the users own recorded data with some 10.000
    >items) are stored on a server and MSAccessRuntime is run from 5 different
    >clients.
    >Does anyone have a suggestion where I should start locking to solve this
    >problem?
    >Any suggestion will be highly appreciated.

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