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ADO & MySQL Overhead ?
Posted by: Jay Alverson ()
Date: November 14, 2008 06:42PM

I have a MySQL Databse v5.0 and I hooked up a Winbatch script to it via ADO.

The table has 492 records and I selected just the TEXT field from each to loop thru the records and give me the biggest sized record.

I want to make sure I can put the entire text into a Winbatch Array item.

So I ran it and it sat there, and sat there and sat there. 2.18 minutes later it came back with 89,640 characters as the largest entry.

I thought this was a Winbatch overhead issue, so I wrote the same exact script in VBScript and 2.16 minutes later it returned with the same data.

I have an MS Access table with MEMO fields, ran more or less the same script on it, 1104 records came back in 3 seconds with 10,109 characters the largest.

Is this a symptom of MySQL setup ? (I'm pretty new to it).

Any insight is appreciated.


Well just for grins I took MS Access and linked to MySQL table via ODBC and using the linked connection, the ADO script returns in 3 seconds.

Must be an ADO-->MySQL overhead thing.


Thanks, Jay

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Re: ADO & MySQL Overhead ? Jay Alverson 11/17/2008 09:03AM
Re: ADO & MySQL Overhead ? Jess Balint 12/04/2008 11:36AM

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