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I have one problem? I want to know if I have to show all records from table on ASP page.Should I use temporary table?
Also where to use temporary tables?

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Sep 13 '05 #1
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How many records is ALL records? If a lot I wouldn't suggest doing it all in one go - llokup ADO pagination.

But no - you shouldn't need to use a temp table unless you need to do any tricky stuff that requires it??
Sep 13 '05 #2

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