My database is usually updated twice a week. Active users are over 100 (and increasing....). Since the database is not very often updated I have two options:<BR>1) Perform sql-queries directly for each request and display the recordsets<BR>2) Create html-text files (one for each of my 50 tables) at database updates and print out these files at each user request.<BR><BR>Can anyone please tell me some more about performance issues on these two options (or do I have other options as well?).<BR><BR>When printing html-textfiles, do I have to use the ASP TextStream Object to perform this task? Do I have other options?