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MS ACCESS form taking too long to navigate.

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I have form1 which has 3 types of something called as WO.Now, when I click on a 'closed WO' form2 opens displaying details.And when I click the back button, it takes atleast 2 minutes to go back to form1.However, this is not the case with Overdue and Open WO and the perfomance is good.
  • form1 has has queries which are run everytime a WO button is clicked.
  • There is more data for Closed WO than that for Open or Overdue WO.
  • form2 dispays detail of only one row from the WO chosen.
  • On click of the back button of form2 it is closed and form1 is made visible.
Backend is sql server 2005
Jun 1 '12 #1
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P: 13
You need to give a better understanding of what is apart, does this problem appear out of nowhere?
Jun 1 '12 #2

P: 99
Hey its only 'WO' and it's the data.There are 3 types of WO or Work Order as it is called.
I felt this problem could be because there are a lot of rows for closed WO but the problem occurs only when the back button is clicked.
Jun 1 '12 #3

P: 13
And a quick question: how many records are in Overdue and Open? Is there a huge amount of records in closed wo?
Jun 1 '12 #4

P: 393
You need to post the code behind the 'back' button on form 2.
Jun 1 '12 #5

P: 759
I encounter this problem (very long delay) only for queries that cycle. (Q1 call Q2 and Q2 call Q1). Of course, the chain can be grater than that ( Q1 -> Q2 -> .... Qn -> ... Q1 ).
Jun 2 '12 #6

P: 18
If you anticipate the user will want to go back to Form1 why not minimize it or hide it. close it off Form2 close function
Jun 3 '12 #7

P: 99
  • There's huge amount of data in the production environment for closed WO which could not be executed even in 45mins in sql.
  • When form2 opens,form1 is only made invisible and when back button of form2 is pressed,form1 is made visible and form2 is closed.
Jun 4 '12 #8

P: 18
Then what happening is your Form is collating the entire database for the records you require. Try having the Form make a filtered record set to a temporary table a link to that
Jun 4 '12 #9

P: 99
How about creating indexes for the columns selected in the query then?
Jun 4 '12 #10

P: 99
@Paulo357: How do I do that?
Jun 4 '12 #11

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