...although I don't use Ultradev to produce ASP code. It creates the most awful attempt at it.<BR><BR>I do use it to program in though. I like the interface and the fact it doesn't attempt to re-write my code. Moving between design to code views seems ok. Slight slowdown on my (p600) system, but nothing dramatic.<BR><BR>However, if Ultradev's re-checking all it's connections and recordsets every time you change, it's going to slow a bit...<BR><BR>Craig.
Don't use any of its server behavours.<BR><BR>If you write the code yourself, it doesn't attempt to understand it, so it can't keep checking recordset/connections.<BR><BR>However, as I said - some slowdown is inevitable. Think about it - it's got to re-format and re-display that page below, so it's going to have to think about something!<BR><BR>Maybe taking a leaf out of Atrax's book would help. Make your development or staging server a p120. If the page runs well on that, it's going to fly on a decent speed one. If it runs slowly, your code needs tidying up...<BR><BR>Craig.