Your situation sounds odd to me. There isn?t really any place for configuring something that influences the performance of your LotusScript. I think that there is some bottleneck here that has nothing to do with Domino or Lotus Notes. Did your MS Access example run from the same server as did your LEI or ODBC connection? I think not. Try installing MS Access on the same server, and do the test from there. I certainly hope that you will find that Access has the same, bad, response times then. To me, it sounds like you have a LAN problem or maybe your Domino server is unable to handle its current workload. Memory, disks, CPU ? something could be too old, too slow, too little or just plain broken.
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