By Richard Rost 2 months ago
Cache Data Locally to Improve Report Performance
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I will teach you how to cache (copy) remote data to your local system to improve the performance of your read-only forms and reports.
Karen from Troy, Michigan (a Platinum Member) asks: I have a series of reports that I have to run for our month-end sales. These reports take forever to run. I have several slightly different reports that are all based on the same set of sales data. It literally takes my whole day waiting for these to process. Is there any way I can speed this up? The rest of the database runs perfectly fine day-to-day. It's just these reports that are a nightmare.
Members will see a walkthrough of how to set this up. We'll split a database, create the local temp table, create the needed queries, write the necessary VB code, and watch the whole thing work. Magic? Yeah, maybe.
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