troubleshooting Question

Conversion from Access Jet to SQL Back-end

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Eileen MurphyFlag for United States of America asked on
Microsoft DevelopmentMicrosoft SQL ServerMicrosoft Access
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I recently posted a request for assistance with converting a client from the Jet Back-end to SQL Server 2008 -- your responses were extremely helpful. BUT now that I've implemented the recommended changes have noticed significant delays during testing -- after users make record selections from combo-boxes - as well as during form loading. I could really use some help to know where to look for possible reasons for this. The application loads up fine and some forms are okay -- but the most important forms of course are creating the problems.

There are some calculations that need to be performed OnCurrent -- to calculate # of days out --and to update some other fields with results based on the days out  x a factor -- this function may be the culprit. I don't know where else to put this code. It's pretty important. I don't know how to push some of the computing to the server -- if that would help... I've stepped through the code and of course when I do that I don't see any snags anywhere...

Any help would be appreciated. Best, Eileen
Goodangel Matope
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