Connect to an Access database If you know you are gonna loop through a lot of records ( like when displaying a table of all articles in the system )...

then use CacheSize to the drivers optimize their memory allocations and therefore make the call much faster. I bet you have some idea on how many rows your query might return ( 1 single, maybe 100 or maybe 10000 ). Set the CacheSize pretty high, since it will then lower the times the drivers need to reallocate memory.
        Dim oRS, oConn
        Set oConn = Incdb_GetConnection( Incdb_GetConnectionString(0))
        Set oRS = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
        oRS.CursorLocation = adUseClient
        oRS.CacheSize = 100
        oRS.Open strSQL, oConn
We also specify adUseClient as CursorLocation. We have done so in the other example as well, but it is actually here it can make a difference. It minimizes the number of roundtrips to the database.