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HR Renewal Landing Page Performance

Hi,

I am accessing HR Renewal(HRR) 1.0 SP4 Landing page from Portal 7.31. It takes 16-30 seconds to see the Home Page( HRR Landing Page) depends on the role. Most of the time taken to load the UI5 files into the browser(75% of total time).

I want to preload HR Renewal 1.0 UI5 files, but don't see any Component.js in the files in the HRR 1.0. Can I use Component-preload.js even though there is no Component.js exists in the files.

Any tips to preload HRR UI5 files?

Thanks,

Ramana.

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  • Posted on Oct 08, 2015 at 05:31 PM

    Notes have been released for this

    2072986 1 38 GXX - Expanded Lane - UI Performance Improvements 2072489 3 38 RXX - Expanded Lane - UI Performance Improvements Please implement these notes first

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    • Former Member Siddharth Rajora

      Thanks Siddharth. We applied the note, it looks like it improved few milliseconds to load the sap-ui-cachebuster-info.json file.

      I tried the preloading of JS and XML views, which is saving about 30% of loading time. But still takes 12-18 seconds to load the landing page. I noticed that there are still lot of other javascript libraries, css and images loading one by one.

      Is there anyway I can do preloading of other files(.js, css and images) other than views?

      Thanks,

      Ramana.

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