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Time consumption in ISR forms

Hi,

I have an ISR form with some 44 fields and it involves some 6 event triggering (to be triggered as per the entry in previous fields in the form). The time consumed for filling such a form is a bit irritating.

I have tried to minimise the no: of events and used the coding standards to minimise the data retrieval as much as posiible.

Still, the time it takes is more, when compared to other user interface applications, on completeing each event. (time taken, also involves, to run the standard codes provided to check the field formating and the kinids)

Can someone give me pointers on how to reduce the time taken to fill a form to the mnimum as posiible.

I apppreciate all valuable/ creative suggestions.

Thanks and Regards,

anto.

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2006 at 08:48 AM

    Hi Anto,

    Well it's really a good question challenging the Technology itself.

    I think there is nothing we can do on it from Developer point of view anymore(since you had reduced the number of scripts and also followed the coding standards for data retrieval in QISR1 Implementation).

    Try using the best scripts so that time for scripts execution will be considerably less.

    And also try avoiding the DROP DOWNS from ECC-R/3 which consume lots of time.

    Regards,

    <i><b>Raja Sekhar</b></i>

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