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VS2005 and Network problem

Hi all
I had a application written in VS2003 that works in network with SqlServer
2000.
it works well..
I switch to VS2005 and use that application but it works very slow in
network :(
I don't know why :(
please help meeeeeeeee
:(

Jan 18 '06 #1
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Well its hard to tell why the 2.0 version would run slow without
specific details. Is the entire app slow or are you experiencing slow
down in certain functionality or areas? Have you tried using
CLRProfiler and PerfMon to monitor the app and see where the
bottlenecks are?

- NuTcAsE

Jan 18 '06 #2
I've found if I set 'Pooling=true' it works faster..but I'm surprised why
does it work in VS.NEt 2003..in VS2003 I had 'Pooling=false' but it works
well...
"NuTcAsE" <ra********@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Well its hard to tell why the 2.0 version would run slow without
specific details. Is the entire app slow or are you experiencing slow
down in certain functionality or areas? Have you tried using
CLRProfiler and PerfMon to monitor the app and see where the
bottlenecks are?

- NuTcAsE

Jan 18 '06 #3

"perspolis" <re*****@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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| I've found if I set 'Pooling=true' it works faster..but I'm surprised why
| does it work in VS.NEt 2003..in VS2003 I had 'Pooling=false' but it works
| well...

Are you sure you did set this to false with VS2003 (though I don't
understand the role of VS in all this)? You know that the default is true,
so if you don't specify it in the connection string pooling is ON.

Willy.
Jan 18 '06 #4

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