When working with classic desktop client applications database connections persist during the whole login session, whereas in the 'web world' I can't find any similar approach to reduce overhead: - db connects per every request, on Win IIS + PHP cgi sasql_connect can take up to 0.15s - filling working (global)temporary tables on every request, when data should persist over HTTP requests

I'm aware of sasql_pconnect, which I'm afraid works only on Unix/apache system but fails on Win/IIS.

What are the recommendations for solving such performance issues?

asked 01 Dec '12, 07:43

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