IDE/Standalone Performance Issues - A Light At The End of the Tunnel!

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Thu Nov 11 13:58:45 EST 2010


Again, Peter, I think you have hit on something here. Good detective work. So it was not the SQL queries that were causing the delay? Good to know. I think it is a bug of some kind, but then I am the Bugmeister, so that is expected. 

I would submit a bug and see where it goes. 

Bob


On Nov 11, 2010, at 10:03 AM, Peter Haworth wrote:

> I think I have found  the cause of the performance problems I have been experiencing.  I had been referring to objects by their long name in various places in the offending code.  I started changing the code to refer to the same objects by their short ID and each line of code I changed resulted in quicker performance.  I haven't been able to change all the code yet but the evidence is that the performance issues will go away when I start using the object IDs everywhere.
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> Finding the problem is good of course but does anyone know why there are no performance issues referring to an object by it's long name in the IDE but it causes such a performance hit in a standalone?  Maybe I'm misunderstanding the process of building a standalone but I would have thought a standalone would function more efficiently than the same code executed in the IDE not less, kinda like in the old days of interpretive vs compiled BASIC?
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