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How to get the most efficient SQL with ODBC

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I have an application running on a client PC using linked tables on a
server and linked ODBC tables on a Unix legacy system. One particular
query joins an Access table with 3 ODBC tables. The tables are all
"efficiently" indexed but I have found that to get the quickest
response I must have a selection criteria on the access table even
though I need to select all the records in this table.

Has anyone got any other "rules" about efficient SQL statements that
are not already available in the Access help.

Mike
Nov 13 '05 #1
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