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I was just told that Database Performance Management Software apps are always stand-alone applications. That doesn't seem right to me. Are DPMS tools always stand-alone?
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currently facing problem in loading my database after i delete some record from the database..i have compact for the database but still have the slow accessing problem..kindly assist..many thanks