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Data Table and Saving Files

Hi,

I need to have some sort of Data Table within my program to handle about 27,000 records. Is this possible. Also, i will be creating forms that will manipulate / Calculate this data, and then save it to an external file. Is there an easy way of doing this?
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Ryan ChongCommented:
Hi, Every commercial database can handle 27,000 records easily.
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choccarlmAuthor Commented:
I dont want to use a database. Im working on an alternative. Most of the records within that Table will be static, apart from a few additions every now and then.
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CJ_SCommented:
Best bet would still be a database...
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simonbennettCommented:
Hi

If you don't want to use a database then your options are pretty limited.

1)You can use standard file IO commands to a text file (OPEN "c:\test.txt" FOR Read etc etc).
2)You can use the FSO to do the same as the above.
3)You can create classes to represent your data objects and save their state with UDT's

In all the above cases, searching for records is going to be slllooowww!

Good Luck

Simon
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choccarlmAuthor Commented:
Ok. I'll use the database. Thanks for the advice though. Unfortunately, I wont be able to award the points. Sorry.
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choccarlmAuthor Commented:
No Valid Answer.
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CJ_SCommented:
choccarlm,
I think your reasoning is a little bit wrong. If you have a question and thought by yourself not to use a database, while it is the best approach to take. And other people advice that to you...then you did receive a valid enough answer. I don't care whether you are going to award the points or not...just wanted to tell you that your reasoning is a little bit wrong.

if you do want to have an answer / approach to your question you should ask specifically for it. Even if you are going for a database.

regards
CJ
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choccarlmAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help. Much appreciated
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