Chandra Wibawa wrote:
> Dear Jose, Our server configuration is :1. Pentium III 500, 256 MB,
> SCSI U2W2. SuSE 6.2, PostgreSQL 6.5.3 Our client configuration is :1.
> Pentium 133, RAM 40 MB, IDE2. Windows 98, Access 973. ODBC From
> What version of PsqlODBC are you running? You need 6.40.0007.
> I remember this behavior the first times we started using
> access->PostgreSQL but now I don't remember
> Send this mail to interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org, there is Byron Nikolaidis
> the author of the ODBC driver, he
> certanly knows this behavior.
> Also take a look at the FAQ:
> Our network is :1. Network Hub 10 Mb I have followed your hints, it
> does improve the performance. I have done some testings, retrieving
> 3000 records from server to client.I can see the first hundred lines
> of the record, but when i scrolled down the MS Access windowit took a
> very long time to scroll down (5 minutes). When i tried to scroll to
> the last record, i had to waitfor ages, and finally when i pressed
> Ctrl-Alt-Del, i saw a message "not responding" on MS Access. Could
> you tell me what could be done to overcome this problem ? Could this
> be the network, or the client ? Thanks for your help. Regards,Chandra
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: jose
> To: Chandra Wibawa
> Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2000 20:26
> Subject: Re: Thank for your Clue - PostgreSQL ODBC
> Chandra Wibawa ha scritto:
> > Thank's Jose, I have succesfully connected my database
> > (postgreSQL) to Access 97 on client machine. But I think
> > there is still big problem because the link table takes
> > takes too much time (maybe around 45 - 60 minutes, even
> > not responding).Would you mind give me suggestion to solve
> > my problem ? For your information, our configuration :1.
> > Processor 133 MHz at client side2. Harddisk 1 GB at client
> > side3. RAM 40 MB at client side4. Our LAN speed is 10 Mbps
> Is this your server or client ?
> M$ access is very slow but 45-60 minutes is too much
> This seems like a net problem.
> Anyway try to tune ODBC drive.
> GO TO Options(Advanced)
> check on:
> <Recognize unique indexes>
> <Use declare/fetch>
> check off:
> <Parse statments>
> check on.
> <Row versioning>
> I hope this help you.
Bologna, Italy Jose(at)sferacarta(dot)com
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