Subject Re: [IBO] speed problems after BDE conversion for IBO
Author Flavio Vieira de Macedo:.
There isn't a slowwer specific part. What I have it is an unit that flame
several functions and that for luck can call others functions and all of
them stayed a little slowwer. In the final lost 3X the speed.

If you want you authority this code piece to see what can be happening.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Svein Erling Tysvaer" <svein.erling.tysvaer@...>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2003 6:34 AM
Subject: Re: [IBO] speed problems after BDE conversion for IBO

> Flavio,
> the reason no-one has answered you is that you have not isolated your
> problem. You need to discover what is being slow and then report your
> findings to this list with a lot more detail. Maybe it has to do with
> too many transactions, but from what you have told us any advice will be
> pure guesses.
> The only thing I can say from your general description is that if you are
> using Windows as your server, then it is a bad idea to have forced writes
> off (it is faster than forced writes on, but one power failure on the
> server and you get into trouble - at least that used to be the case).
> Set
> At 17:43 13.01.2003 -0200, you wrote:
> >We change our BDE's application am IBO and win speed in processes
> >majority. In Sales system where there is process with several selects
> >(+-15) I had speed decreased in 3X.
> >
> >
> >Is there some parameter in these components that can be enabled of wrong
> >form to to be losing all this speed ?
> >
> >I am with forced writes disable and transaction this like autocommit
> >and isolation like read commited .
> >
> >The property AutoFetchAll also this false and all selects are being
> >executed by PK.
> >
> >What it can be wrong. There is some parameter that can be decreasing so
> >much the speed. I already checked the whole code and don't have no select
> >that searches all of the table records.
> >
> >Virtual Memory Developer System
> > Flavio Vieira de Macedo :.
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