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when we are programming in Vb and when we Are using access for database desigining will a problem occure for the speed of the programme ?
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no. the speed of the program is completely determined by the program design and the size of the database you're using. If this is not the answer you were looking for, please be more descriptive.
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Speed Constraints  can be Following

1. No. of Users Using Application at any given point of Time

2. Server / Database Server Hardware & Network Hardware viz NIC n Hub

3. Types of Cursors u r using - Dynamic Cursors are Costly
    Try Using Disconnected Recordsets

4 .Application design - Try Localizing Variables ie " Dim rsNew as RecordSet"
   instead  of Private or Public

5. Where Possible Try creating  Common  Functions

6. Lastly the no. of Queries u will be firing on Database
    Try Using Stored queries , it will also depend on volume of Data being     punched in

if there is anything left , i would like to know that as well
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