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Access w/ Linked Lists run slow until 1st table opens

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    SteveApa is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Access w/ Linked Lists run slow until 1st table opens


    Hi.
    I have a database that uses Sharepoint linked lists. Every time I open the Db and open the 1st linked lisat, it is very slow. It seems that once it makes that first connection, it then go fast. Any ideas?

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    There is a 'known issue' with SharePoint's initial load. SharePoint runs on the .Net framework on IIS, which goes to sleep by itself, or in your case an IISRESET restarts all the services.
    Though the IIS services are running, nothing is going on until that first request is made to the website. At that moment, the .Net Framework has to compile all of the DLLs that comprises SharePoint and its features. So the initial load will take a long time, and the more services/features you're using (User Profile, Metadata, etc), the longer it'll feel as it all wakes up.


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