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CMS-XML KM-Dim6: Why is Dimensions performance slower when connecting via an interim client machine?
The configuration in this case is a Dimensions Server hosting the database, a client node hosting libraries (a DFS client) and a normal client (for example just a PC with CD2 installed). The common misconception is that performance will be improved by connecting PC- Client to the node hosting the libraries as there's less network traffic involved - this is not true.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Slower performance on Web Client connecting through IIS 6
There is a bug in IIS 6 with Windows 2003 Server that adds a 300 millisecond delay for each partial packet transmitted. Customer needs to apply a hotfix to Windows Server 2003 and then create a new registry entry to resolve the issue. This will be fixed in Service Pack 1 for Windows Server 2003.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Slow performance when fetching items from baseline through Web Client
Slow performance when fetching items from baseline through Web Client, specifically when user selects Workset icon in the left pane to fetch the items from . With larger number of files in the baseline the Web Client seems to hang on this action. If user selects Design Part icon in the left pane, and then tries to fetch items, the performance seems to be normal.
CMS-XML Dim 10: Client connections are very slow
Check the file $DM_ROOT/dfs/email_config.dat on the Dimensions Server installation. Ensure that the databases listed are valid Oracle databases that can be connected to using for example Sql*plus. If any of the entries point to Oracle database connections that are no longer valid, then comment out these lines using the # character at the beginning of the line and restart the listener.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Dimensions Slow Response across Long Distance WAN. Improving Performance
Poor response of Dimensions across long distance WAN. Dimensions client connect to the Dimensions Server through long distance WAN. It is slow even with just a single user, hence this is an issue with the network latency.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Editing attributes on certain change documents is slow
With this release of Dimensions , the client may choose to use role assignments from all related design parts, or the client may search the design part tree for the first common ancestor of all related design parts. The behavior in older versions of Dimensions was the second (i.e., find the common ancestor of all related design parts and use the role assignments from the ancestor). Dimensions tool managers may now choose either behavior.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Running a Merge is very slow
If this does not help check the init.ora In on situation the customer had the following set optimizer_mode=first_rows_1000
CMS-XML Dim: Java API over WAN is slow to return change requests from user inbox
Using Java API over a WAN to return a list of Change Requests from a user's inbox filtered by phase is extremely slow. It is taking over 90 seconds to return the same list of CR's that the desktop client returns in less than 3 seconds.
CMS-XML Dim10: Reasons as to why the SCC integrations are slower than web and desktop client
In order to execute a command to Dimensions from the IDEs you have to call an API. By executing through another layer of code you are one level minimum removed from direct execution and thus there is an inefficiency. In addition in the case of the VS interface, we are still using the old SCC “API” which was written a long time ago and is not very efficient. SCC forces us to use a very limited interface so that some operations we would perform take multiple calls.
CMS-XML Dim10: How to configure the Serena License Manager and its clients for a redundant server environment with Dimensions 10.1.x
The three-server redundant servers need to have excellent communications on a reliable network, and need to be located physically close to each other. This form of redundancy requires that the servers exchange heartbeats periodically, and poor communications can cause poor performance. Avoid configuring redundant servers with slow communications or dial-up links.
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