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Tuesday, March 09, 2004

Using MSDE 2000 in a Web Application 

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Building dynamic data-driven Web applications with Microsoft ASP.NET and the Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (MSDE 2000) is easy. When it comes to scalability however, MSDE 2000 has specific limitations compared to the full-blown versions of SQL Server 2000. One key limitation is that MSDE 2000 contains a Workload Governor that throttles the number of concurrent operations the database engine can perform. The solution is pretty simple: adjust the size of the default connection pool used by ADO.NET by adjusting your ASP.NET application's database connection string.

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