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Hi Frnds,

           I have developed one application using ASP.NET 1.1 and MS SQL Server 2000.This application will be used by 100 end-users. My presumption is that when 100 end users will attempt to access(for save or retrieve data)same database(table) at a time, performance of the application will get slow. Is there any way out to avoid this situation??

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