Subject RE: [IBO] Slow Speed?
Author Ronny Bengtsson
I will check the Requestlive and Keylinks settings and keep you posted

The benefit of using the TIBOTable is the huge amount of 3:d party tools
like Woll2Woll.


-----Original Message-----
From: Geoff Worboys [mailto:geoff@...]
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2001 12:52 PM
Subject: Re: [IBO] Slow Speed?

> I have on my TIBOTables the property "FetchWholeRows := False"
> because the database performance is much better on the slow
> ISDN connection I'm doing the test run on.
> But when I do that I have problems to edit or insert new rows
> (I think it because they are not fetched).
> I have made an workaround for that with using the property
> "CachedUpdates := True" is this the correct way to handle the
> problem with slow connection and "FetchWholeRows" or is there
> any better way (I suppose there is).

CachedUpdates are not designed for this purpose. Can you tell us more
about what problems you have having with edit/insert? It should not
be FetchWholeRows=false that is causing your problem, it is more
likely to be a keylinks problem or possibly that you do not have

> I need to use the TIBO table for a while.

Trying to stop us lecturing you on the evils of TTable :-)

Geoff Worboys
Telesis Computing

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