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  • Slow UX List Control

    Hi guys,
    Have a grid reading 64000 records...takes about 4 seconds to display.
    Trying to duplicate in List control on UX component.
    Nothing custom, just used the genie...this list control takes about 2 mins to open.

    Any suggestions to what I am doing wrong.

    Regards

    Neville

  • #2
    Re: Slow UX List Control

    I would say that you probably want to choose 'Dynamic' for the List Virtualisation type. You will proabably just want to leave all the default settings to see the difference before trying to tweak it.
    You'll find it in the List Properties then in the List Properties tab.

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    • #3
      Re: Slow UX List Control

      Thanks for the prompt reply Jeff. Switched to dynamic , improvement...but still very slow.
      Sql Statement:
      SELECT FAMIDNO, IDNO, SURNAME, NAME1, RESCONGRNO, OFFCE
      FROM oac_Members
      As you can see, the sql statement is not big at all.

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      • #4
        Re: Slow UX List Control

        I have never worked with Grids here and usually prepare my List controls to be able to work when the user is offline.
        If the SQL is the same, I don't see why the grid would be faster than the list. But again, I don't know grids.
        Does the grid really query and then render the full 65000 rows and allow the user to scroll through them all without any delays?
        If the client device will always have access to the server, I suppose you could configure the "Paginate data" option on the Data Source tab.

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        • #5
          Re: Slow UX List Control

          Thanks Jeff
          Pagination seems to do the trick. For big tables what Pagination method would you use and how many records.
          I do realize that it also depends on the quality of your connection.
          Perhaps we can also hear from other users as to what the sizes of data tables are that they use with list controls, and what their experiences are
          Thanks
          Neville

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          • #6
            Re: Slow UX List Control

            Neville, in addition to using pagination on the list, you can also benefit from the UX's pre-render at design time Optimization property.
            I have found that the benefit for large UX components can be quite dramatic.
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            • #7
              Re: Slow UX List Control

              Do your users really need 64,000 records retrieved?
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              • #8
                Re: Slow UX List Control

                Originally posted by mikeallenbrown View Post
                Do your users really need 64,000 records retrieved?
                No not at all. When I did not use those settings, as I am new ux. I tried the first time just using the genie, and of course it was reading the whole table, therefore the slow response.

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                • #9
                  Re: Slow UX List Control

                  You can set a flag in the before query event. The first time through you can limit it. I usually limit to the height of the list box, like 12 records. Then on the search it can look for just the criteria.
                  BeforeQueryEvent.JPG

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                  • #10
                    Re: Slow UX List Control

                    Hi Guys,
                    Thanks for your help.
                    Having a problem with the list control.
                    Mapping Problem.JPG
                    I have checked the mapping and selected the primary keys but still the error persists.
                    SQL Statement:
                    SELECT mem.SORTNAME, mem.IDNO, (((((((((( rtrim(mem.HPremises) + ' ') + rtrim(mem.HStreet) ) + ' ') + rtrim(mem.HSuburb) ) + ' ') + rtrim(mem.HTown) ) + ' ') + rtrim(mem.HCountry) ) + ' ') + rtrim(mem.HPcode) ) AS Expr1, cngr.RESCONGRNO, cngr.CONGRNAME, prst.PrstNo, prst.AdminSortName, cngr.RowGuid AS cngr_RowGuid, prst.RowGuid AS prst_RowGuid, mem.RowGuid AS mem_RowGuid
                    FROM (oac_Members mem
                    LEFT OUTER JOIN oac_Congregations cngr
                    ON mem.RESCONGRNO = cngr.RESCONGRNO
                    LEFT OUTER JOIN oac_Priestships prst
                    ON mem.RESCONGRNO = prst.ResCongrNo AND mem.PRSTNO = prst.PrstNo )
                    Mapping Problem 2.JPG
                    Mapping Problem 3.JPG

                    When you create an UX with a list that has a detail view, the fields on the List are "Pulled" through to the detail view.
                    Question:
                    Can I make a list against table A, and the detail against fields on table B. When the detail is opened I can for instance do a Ajax callback to get the details for table B, edit and save.
                    What I want to do is create a SQL view on the backend, use that on the list, and then do the crud actions against the actual table.
                    Is this possible?
                    Regards

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                    • #11
                      Re: Slow UX List Control

                      Absolutely possible. Depending on how you build your view you can have CRUD operations against a view in MS SQL. Are these tables (oac_Congregations, oac_Priestships) read only? Do you have their keys identified?

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                      • #12
                        Re: Slow UX List Control

                        Yes absolutely, it is my server...full control.
                        All my tables have a rowguid column as the primary key

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                        • #13
                          Re: Slow UX List Control

                          I read up about CRUD through views, there are quite a few restrictions.
                          Is my first option of "List on View" and "CRUD on table" not a more viable option.?
                          The view consists of a few joins, but I am only going to update the one table.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Slow UX List Control

                            That will work too. Lots of options. I only use views, but what you are doing will work too. I'd start by removing the joins from the list until I could find out where the problem is.

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