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Hiring Adobe Form-Performance problem


We have developed a hiring Adobe form using HCM F & P. It has 8 pages, many user events. It gives the user option to enter

all infotypes used in hiring process. Now the issue is with the performance. The form is taking around 40 seconds to launch

and to do any user event. Let me know if you know of any method to improve the performance.

Is it possible to work with the form section by section, initially first page gets loaded, then on click of a button next page is loaded

like that. And when we do user event is it possible not to submit entire 8 pages to the backend and only submit the

required section.

Let me know if you have any idea.



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  • Posted on Feb 26, 2010 at 02:00 PM's a form, NOT an application!

    Don't try to make the form do everything under the sun. It's not meant for that. If you are trying to make the form into a rich, thick client, you really don't "get" the technology. It's another tool in your toolbox....not the ONLY tool. As mentioned, if you need something more complex, WDA is another better option for that.

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  • Posted on Feb 26, 2010 at 08:06 AM

    A colleague of mine has developed the similar form. At the moment the colleague is rewriting the task into WD without the form. Client was testing it for a year (the managers was complaining all the time), so it has never been launched productive. This technology is really that slow. There are some hints, but the result will get better like 5, 10%.


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  • Posted on May 19, 2010 at 07:44 AM

    Hello, I wonder if there is any progress regarding the performance. Did you replace the solution? Fine tune the performance? Any patch helped with the problem? Any experience that could help the other would be great to get, thank you, Otto

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