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I’m having an issue when updating a record using ADODB.RecordSet, it’s very slow to update. I can pull the data with no problem, fast. Any ideas? Using an ADODB.Connection to SQL2005.


      Set Conn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
      Conn.open Session("starxxx")
      Set RS = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.RecordSet")
      RS.open "ORDER_DB",Conn,2,2
      rs.movefirst
      rs.find "f_id = '" &f_id& "'"

      rs("xxxxx")=…..
      rs("xxxxx")=…..
      rs("xxxxx")=…..
      rs("xxxxx")=…..

      rs.Update
      rs.close
      conn.close
      set conn=nothing
      set rs=nothing

Thanks for the help!
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by:phodges4
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It's possible that f_id is not indexed.  Can you output the table schema?  Also how many rows are in the table.
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Currently I have 198 columns per record and about 25,075 rows/records. Where can I check to see if it’s indexed? I see in SQL that there is an “indexable” field and is marked Yes. Thanks for your help...
f_ID	decimal(18, 0)	Unchecked KEY

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by:inrworx
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When I do a search for the record it’s pretty fast, so I don’t think that’s the problem. But when I go to write to the record, there is like a 15 sec delay.
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That definition does specify that it is indexed.  You are running SQL2005 and not the express edition or anything, right?  What columns are you updating that are slow?  If you can identify which one slows it down, send me the column definition.  It could be that SQL needs to rebuild the index for that column but there's no reason it should take 15 seconds for one record!
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