Not really (theres a limit to everything eventually), but there is a limit to the users sanity as he waits for the page to finish running.<BR><BR>It depends on how many of these statements are executed & whether they're executed at the same time.<BR><BR>How many are we talking about?
Although a single badly structured one could cause a page not to respond. And a frequently-hit site will require more hardware behind-the-scenes to cope...<BR><BR>But there's no hard-and-fast rule that I know of which stops queries being executed after a certain number have been completed.<BR><BR>That sounded very long-winded on screen. Was simple in my head.<BR><BR>Craig.
I'm assuming you've taken steps to make sure that all these statements are absolutely necessary & can't be reduced by using more complex statements??<BR><BR>If so (and I'm a bit dubious about that) then yes you should be able to run them, but make sure:<BR><BR>1. You destroy each one as you go.<BR>2. You run them one after another.<BR><BR>Apart from massive download time for your average 56k modem user, it should be OK - unless your server falls over.