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Informix Connection from VB.NET

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I am using informix7.0 database as my backend.From vb.net i am connecting it through
oledbconnection.But i found its slower that the cionnection of SQL server and
Oracle database.How can i increase the speed of my connection.Please can anyone help me on this.

 
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Are you still having a problem with this?

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YEs i have still the probelm in the efficiency(speed) in informix connection.
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What is the difference between the Informix, SQL Server, and Oracle?

What does your connection string look like?

What provider are you using?

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Hi Bob,

Thanks for your interest.
I am using oledb connection.My connection string is
"Provider=Ifxoledbc.2;Password=xxxx;Persist Security Info=True;User ID=informix;Data Source=Sample@ol_ntdomain;Extended Properties="""

Regards
Shabu.k


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How about the other questions?

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Also, what is the version of the OleDb provider?

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Informix 3.80 32 bit is the provider what i am using
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Here is an interesting blog:

IBM Provides Informix ADO.NET Provider
http://weblogs.asp.net/adweigert/archive/2004/03/22/93909.aspx

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