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    Genee Guest

    Default Which database???

    Hi<BR><BR>I&#039m creating a site which has to work with &#062;100 clients using it at the same time...<BR>A lot of the data is today stored in a Access db, but this is very slow. Any of u know which database to use??<BR>Is it possible to use the same asp code i use today on another database?<BR><BR>thanks,

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Which database???

    sql server is nice. You get stored procedures which can help with the speed if you used correctly. Also large amounts of data is handled better. Converting isnt that big of a chore well it depends on your code. dates,certain functions, and minor syntax in your sql statements. in access 2 #&#039s can be used to represent a date. #9/1/2000# This is not so in sql server you would need to use convert. Its all syntax though.

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