On Tue, 18 Jul 2000 21:52:54 Joseph Sircy wrote:
>I would also like to note that if this was in a real world app, i would
>stored procedures for this, but since access cannot do this, it didnt do
>for this test.
Use the stored procedures if it will speed up your application. If you don't
need or use features like this, then you may as well stick to Access.
I'm sure someone else has already mentioned that you should check the
application's performance under high peak loads and stability over time.
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