>From: vegivamp@stripped [mailto:vegivamp@stripped] On Behalf Of Johan De
>Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2011 1:18 AM
>To: Y z
>Subject: Re: Replacing MS SQL with MySql
>No way to do that directly; however, using the MySQL ODBC connector you can
>get at least a) and c) to play passthrough. Performance will likely suffer,
>though; especially Access' Jet Engine has a tendency to pull in full remote
>datasets instead of passing through the query.
[JS] Actually, I've done a lot of tracing recently (to solve my own
performance problems), and Access 2007 is very clever at pulling parts of a
dataset and a number of other things. For example, when you are browsing a
dataset Access will pre-fetch records 20 at a time.
There are some places where it bogs down badly, mostly when it needs to make
sure that its local data cache is synchronized with the MySQL database. That's
where I'm having trouble.
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>On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 6:36 AM, Y z <yankel@stripped> wrote:
>> I have a windows app that wants to talk to either a) an access database, b)
>> a MS Sql Express database, or c) a MS Sql 2008 database.
>> Can anyone please point me in the direction of configuring My Sql to
>> imitate any of the above?
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