What performance areas should you consider when building TRIRIGA applications?


The following considerations are used in conjunction with the performance logging.

  • Query Optimization — Threshold: Any query that takes more than 100 ms is a likely candidate for review. Verify the following items and, wherever possible, make changes…
  • Fields and Extended Formulas — Threshold: When an extended formula takes more than 100 ms is a likely candidate; view the formula for improvements. Association queries may take a longer time and hence take a longer time for calculations. Note that at times improving the association queries increases the performance calculations…
  • Synchronous Workflow Optimization — Threshold: Review any workflow taking more than 500 ms…
  • Asynchronous Workflow Optimization — Threshold: Review any workflow taking more than 2 seconds…

[Admin: This post is related to the 11.06.14 post about the Performance wiki.]

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