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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default Error Handling

    Hi there. I&#039m trying to use the Error Handling articles that I found on this site to trap errors on my web site. The problem is, the database that my ADO code connects to is very large, and whenever I insert the &#060;% On Error Resume Next %&#062; code, the page takes an extremely long time to open. So long that I know users won&#039t sit and wait for the page to open. Does anyone have any ideas on what I can do to trap errors on my site, but to have the page open in a reasonable amount of time?<BR><BR>Thanks in advance

  2. #2
    Leungas Guest

    Default RE: Error Handling

    The best way then is to break your code up! One way is to sperate the process in small processes so that the function and ADO do need to access the DB as much or return a smaller recordset so it is easier to read

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