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WEB UI Performance !!!

Is it Possible to access Web UI remotely with Public IP ,without VPN & Remote Desktop.

How the WEB UI performance canbe improved without the buffers & cache coming into the picture?

i.e During the first access in web ui ,the performance is Slow rather than the consequent accessess..

So,how the performance can be improved at the first access to web ui?

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2010 at 01:51 PM

    Hi,

    the first access on webUI is slow because the UI components / views are generated (compiled).

    Here you will find some hinds on this topic:

    [CRM Webclient UI - Generation of views after system restart / upgrade|CRM Webclient UI - Generation of views after system restart / upgrade]

    Kind regards

    Manfred

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  • Posted on Jun 10, 2010 at 02:46 PM

    Hello Murthy,

    Please refer to following notes for improving WEB UI performance.

    1375170: Agent Inbox: Performance Email Search

    1146659: Agent Inbox BT Search: Performance Improvements

    1276708: Shared Memory Performance Improvements

    1162605: Network performance for CRM 2007 WebClient

    990867: CRM Web UI: Performance improvements

    I hope this helps you.

    Thanks

    Vishal

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2010 at 04:59 PM

    to answer your first question: it is possible to access CRM UI from external/internet.

    you would require a reverse proxy of some sort (hardware/software/appliance) outside your firewall and involvement from your network folks to setup and allow the traffic through the firewall layers. you might need to come up with a strategy to allow this traffic to only hit one app server or not.

    as with anything exposed to the net there are some risks that you would need to work out with your basis and network teams.

    regards.

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    Posted on Jun 15, 2010 at 12:53 PM

    Hi,

    there is an easy way to have some better performance, but it's not miraclous either. In your web UI go to personalize < Personalise layout

    There you have to boxes you can flag. Flagging 'enable fast performance mode with fewer UI features'

    If you do so, you will have a better performance when navigating, but some UI features like drag & drop will not work anymore.

    Best regards,

    Yasmine

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 07:03 AM

    You may try this note:

    Note 1162685 - SAP CRM Webclient Performance

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 11:13 AM

    Hi J A SN MURTHY,

    In CRM 7.0 most of the performance is based on the CPU's used on the CRM server.

    Whereas before the number of CPU's was the most important, on CRM 7.0 the clockspeed is the most important for the performance.

    We had a session with SAP Walldorf a few weeks ago and they really stressed us to take the best possible processors on today.

    It is better to have 4 CPU's with a high clockspeed, then 8 CPU's with a lower clockspeed.

    Also the client is also very important.

    I myself am working today on a portable with a Intel Core I5 processor and together with the very fast CPU's on the Quality CRM Server, I can say that I have never seen SAP CRM move so fast before...

    Don't forget to install IE8. There is a clear improvement in IE8, where there are 8 simultaneous download threads in comparison to IE6 and IE7 where there are only 2.

    SAP is currently stresstesting the IE9, since there is a big improvement on the javascript engine, which should be much more performant. Results appear to be very good.

    To be very honest, I stood a bit doubtful about the CPU's and client explanation, but it really is a VERY BIG difference.

    Whereas on the development system we have performance times of 1 minute on the quality environment we can reduce this time to several seconds. I hardly every see 'the wheel of annoyance' of SAP CRM.

    Take the time to look at those things and you will be able to improve a lot of performance...

    KR,

    Micha

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