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Slowness running OO on Web UI

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Slowness running OO on Web UI

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Hi Everyone,

 

A flow from my desktop  OO client takes 2 minutes. The same flow from the OO client on the  OO server also takes 2 minutes.

 

However, the same flow from the web UI - and on the OO server itself - takes nearly 5 minutes.

 

Yes, it is also running the visuals, but it's a bit too much. Can anyone help? Are there any settings which can be configured to minimise this?

 

Thanks,

 

David Salkin

HP SaaS

 

 

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Re: Slowness running OO on Web UI

Hi,

 

Can u please post  OO version u are using ? Please mention contentpack version also.

Advisor

Re: Slowness running OO on Web UI

Version: 9.07.001

Content Pack: 9.0.11.10

Advisor

Re: Slowness running OO on Web UI

Do an "Instant Run" and see how long it takes. Instant run is like Run All, but without visuals.

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Re: Slowness running OO on Web UI

Even doing instant run is quite slow for us; we have taken to creating stub flows which dynamically launch the flow we want to run faster. Obviously this means the flow you launch must be capable of running headless.

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Re: Slowness running OO on Web UI

Good practice to break up into sub flows instead of doing everything in a single flow.

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Re: Slowness running OO on Web UI

The reason for the slowness is this: that during flow execution input dialog boxes are displayed for user input above the step execution area.  But the web interface takes a very long time before it decides to display each input box.

 

However, if you keep on refreshing the step execution window while waiting for the dialog box to appear (by changing page or enabling/disabling the automatic refresh option) then the input box will appear in its proper time.

 

This defect occurs in all browser types.