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  • Seems better, Jean Richert.

    L.

  • , ,  just wondering if you had some feedback on the performance?

  • It has improved but not enough Every click is taking between 1 and 2 seconds which is enough to notice.

  •  thanks... i'll go back to our IT guys as well as the vendor to see what can be done in addition to what has already been changed... Will keep you posted.

  • Jean, it knows you are on holiday.  Performance today is incredibly bad.  Two, three, and four *minutes* for every page change.  It took me 12 minutes to get to where I could post this from already being logged in and on another Community forum post.

    Consulting in Model-Based Development, Transformation, and Object-Oriented Best Practice  http://www.cintegrity.com

  • Hi Thomas,

    Thanks for leting us know... I have asked  and  to check with the vendor...

    Carly of James will let you know...

    regards.

  • Just for the records, I'm currently in Montreal, connected through the hotel wireless network and overall performance seems good to me as we speak... not more than 2 seconds to load a page...

    I forgot to change my time-zone... It's actually 11:30AM...

  • It is better now.  Few seconds only.

    Consulting in Model-Based Development, Transformation, and Object-Oriented Best Practice  http://www.cintegrity.com

  • Hi Thomas,

    I have tested the site remotely (not through the Progress networks) as well as have had others test remotely. We are not experiencing any sluggishness, but I have notified our vendor to run tests on their end. I will let you know if they find any issues or have recommendations for improving performance as soon as I hear back from them. Thanks for bringing the matter to our attention.

  • Given that the problem has now gone away, you are only likely to find anything out by mining the logs.

    The other hypothesis is that as soon as it was clear Jean was paying attention, even from Montreal, the gremlins decided to go back into hiding.

    Consulting in Model-Based Development, Transformation, and Object-Oriented Best Practice  http://www.cintegrity.com

  • LOL! I think you might be right Thomas.