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woutert
Nintex Newbie

23 seconds to Edit a Flexi Task?

I am curious to learn if my current 23 seconds from double-clicking (configuring) a Flexi Task until the moment the task is entirely available on the screen for editing is fast, normal or slow for our Nintex development environment. I've eliminated any latency time by developing from a terminal server with < 1ms latency to the SharePoint/Nintex servers. Would appreciate replies telling me how many seconds it takes you to edit a 'decent' flexi task. I've loaded my flexi task with a SharePoint group as the assignee, a notification and reminder email and just some other normal parameters.

As I have no other environments for benchmarking against, I have no valid arguments for our excellent IT dept to step into this.

Appreciate any responses! Also would like to learn if there are other tools for benchmarking the Nintex development environment.

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Automation Master
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Re: 23 seconds to Edit a Flexi Task?

it seems to be quite too much.

for me it takes some 8-12sec.

it seems to mainly depend on how big/complex form is behind and how complex is design (size, formatting..) of notification massages.

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woutert
Nintex Newbie

Re: 23 seconds to Edit a Flexi Task?

Thanks. Which browser do you use to get to this result?

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Automation Master
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Re: 23 seconds to Edit a Flexi Task?

IE11.

IE is only supported browser to run designers (until NWF2016)

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nintex_orbid
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Re: 23 seconds to Edit a Flexi Task?

Hi Wouter,

I also have more times like 6~10" with SP13, also with IE11.

Doesn't make much difference if it is from a Windows 10 client or directly on the SP server.

Your 23" seems a lot. Perhaps a user that is not found (or on trusted AD eg that has some time to search?).

Greets,

Peter

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