We need your help and feedback on reducing form load delays/performance on a large application.
We have a large business application which covers 4 business processes:
- Response to Quotes (multi departmental)
- Engineering Change Requests
- Engineering Change Notices
- Part Alerts (internal official part designation notifications and price change tracking)
All told this is about 500 controls, with the users loading forms with 50-200 controls on a form, depending on the activity etc.
Our performance on the eforms is dismal. This, we believe is primarily due to the sheer number of controls which need to load in the browser. We have already reduced, and eliminated where possible, lookups and autolookups to sharepoint lists, and other complexities causing delays with form load and data processing at the user side.
Right now our plan with this is to divide the application into four separate applications for ease on the user side as well as ease of development (we can then have multiple developers working and/or releasing concurrently). This gives us a slight edge over keeping them in the same app but different process models.
What are your thoughts on this?
Do you have a 'large' form that you are using?
Do you have experience drilling into performance issues?
Thank you in advance!
Nik and team.
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