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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by paul, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. paul

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    Greeting to all,
    I developed an Access 2000 application with FE/BE. Before deploy to the
    users, I do the test on my desktop. I have two computers, one is a 5 yesrs
    old Windows 2000, the other one is an 1 year old Widows XP, they both have
    same memory 512 meg. When doing the test, XP seems slow to add new record or
    update, but 2000 is much faster.
    I reviewed the advise form
    http://www.granite.ab.ca.access/performancegaq.htm , I seems follow all the
    rules. There will be about 10 users for this application. If it slow even
    with two computers, how can I deploy to the users. Any idea to improve the
    situation? Thanks very much.
     
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  3. Dragan Blagojevic

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    Are you using Access 2000 on XP machine, or some newer version?

    If you are using access 2002 - 2003 on XP machine, convert your app to new
    format, and it will be ok.
    I had lot of problems running access 2000 app from access 2002, especially
    with linked tables. It was so slow that it's pretty much useless. I never
    tried it with running 2000 app from access2003, but i suspect it would be
    similar. Conversion is straight forward, so you can continue developing in
    2000, and just for deployment convert it to apropriate version.

    If you are using Access 2000 on all computers, there shouldn't be any
    difference.

    Regards
    Dragan


    "paul" <paul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:19997F51-4B73-4BC8-8F05-9C47BA3D5C36@microsoft.com...
    > Greeting to all,
    > I developed an Access 2000 application with FE/BE. Before deploy to the
    > users, I do the test on my desktop. I have two computers, one is a 5 yesrs
    > old Windows 2000, the other one is an 1 year old Widows XP, they both have
    > same memory 512 meg. When doing the test, XP seems slow to add new record
    > or
    > update, but 2000 is much faster.
    > I reviewed the advise form
    > http://www.granite.ab.ca.access/performancegaq.htm , I seems follow all
    > the
    > rules. There will be about 10 users for this application. If it slow even
    > with two computers, how can I deploy to the users. Any idea to improve the
    > situation? Thanks very much.
     
  4. Danny J. Lesandrini

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    Does the slow machine have Google Desktop or a similar disk indexing tool?
    (I once saw this affect a user's Access MDB performance Win XP machine.)

    Also, is the slow machine, in general, more cluttered with programs running
    in the background? Has the disk been defragmented lately?

    I guess what I'm trying to say is that if the Access app runs fine on one box
    but not on another, then look at the computer first.
    --

    Danny J. Lesandrini
    dlesandrini@hotmail.com
    http://amazecreations.com/datafast


    "paul" <paul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote ...
    > Greeting to all,
    > I developed an Access 2000 application with FE/BE. Before deploy to the
    > users, I do the test on my desktop. I have two computers, one is a 5 yesrs
    > old Windows 2000, the other one is an 1 year old Widows XP, they both have
    > same memory 512 meg. When doing the test, XP seems slow to add new record or
    > update, but 2000 is much faster.
    > I reviewed the advise form
    > http://www.granite.ab.ca.access/performancegaq.htm , I seems follow all the
    > rules. There will be about 10 users for this application. If it slow even
    > with two computers, how can I deploy to the users. Any idea to improve the
    > situation? Thanks very much.
     

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