I suggest that you look more closely at your database design. I virtually
all cases when we've seen designs with this many columns it's because the
database is not normalized. Since an average (albeit wide) normalized
relational table might have 20 or 30 columns, 100 is excessive.
William (Bill) Vaughn
Author, Mentor, Consultant
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