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Performance in Web interfaces. (20 seconds)

Hi ,

I have a Web interface which is quite large. It caontains a Balance sheet with 100 accounts. As we are planning 16 periods at a time, we end up with some 1.600 editable cells at a time.

As I use a BW hierarchy to filter the accounts, I decided to display the lead colum as a hierarchy. (No postable nodes, just for clarity and grouping purposes).

The problem is that everytime I edit and click enter over a cell the system takes 20 sec to refresh, which is too much.

I use the new web interface

If i display the lead colum as no-total there is no significant improvement.

Even if I remove all variables from my level, performance on the web is still poor.

There must be something else I can do. I have added parameters VAR_BUFFER and WEB_EXTENDED_SELECTORS in UPC_DARK2 but again nothing at all.

Anyone willing to provide some light in exchange of 10 points?


Alberto Sabate

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  • Posted on Sep 25, 2005 at 10:48 PM

    Hello Alberto,

    you first have to find out why it is so slow. How long does it take to refresh the same layout if you use it in BPS0 (and click "refresh")? What is recorded in the BPS statistics (details on the right hand side)?



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