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large response with uncomment HTML - sourcecode

Hello,

I have an application in webdynpro with a performance problem.

A simple transaction take between browser and SAP 3sec. 1sec on SAP-Side and 2sec for what ever. I checked the response with the tool WD_TRACE_TOOL.

The size of the reponse is between 130kByte and 230kByte.

The biggest part of the response is comment out.

Example

<span id = "body">
<span id="sapwdssr..main_span">
<span id="delete"></span>
<span id="insert"></span>
<span id="update">
<span id="400EEF5FD53D3CA0E10000000A1552AC"><!--  --></span>
<span id="sapwdssr..main_span">
<!--<div id="WD01-r" style="width:100%;"><table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" class="urGridLayout"
[...a lot of HTML Sourcecode]
</div>-->
</span>
...

Why is a lot of source code between <!-- and -->?

Regards

Maik Sturm

 
 

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 04:52 PM

    hi,

    the response time is depending on various facts(especially on WD4A):

    environment, hardware, overhead etc.

    the large sourcecode (HTML) is for the trace tool to analyze (tracing)

    for exploit the values you have to have deep knowledge of the rendering engine.

    an the webdynpro protocoll.

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