MSACCESS 2002 Linked Table Performance Really Slow
Am trying to import some selective data and create a table in MS Access db 2002 from a linked table. For some odd reason the performance became really bad all of a sudden when importing the data. I tried googleing and tried various methods like reparing/compacting the db, Changing the SubDataSheet Name to [None] from [Auto] but either one worked. Can any one please give me some examples to increase the performance of linked tables. Thank you.
Rather than selecting information from a linked table and trying to make a local table, when using a database server like MS MSQL, you would be better to create a "Pass Through Query" to do the select work on the server side, and then carry out a simple select * on this pass through to get your data in to a local table. This will give the best results if your first select statement is complex and takes a while for Access to run on a linked table, if that is not the issue then you will need to look at your network speed which connects you to your MS SQL server.
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