Subject Re: tib_grid performance
Author Aage Johansen
Stan wrote:
> If the interface does not allow the user to to his job
> quickly and easily, then that is a bad interface. If it
> goes against c/s theory, then so be it.
> ...

You may find that a redesigned interface can turn out to be an improvement,
and that your customer only realizes this after having used it a bit.

Wanting to use the database as a desktop db could mean that he doesn't care
about network traffic and other users, maybe you can turn him into a good
neighbour. Grids aren't inherently bad. I use them where I find it
appropriate, but they seldom show more than a handful of records - but
_all_ of those records are relevant in the context.

Aage J.