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  • Remoting performance problems

    Hello,

    I am creating an application with Spring RCP, Hibernate and Hessian.

    Everything works fine but I am experiencing some perfomance issues mainly because of:
    • Hibernate eager relation loading
    • and the number of requests.

    For example:
    I have a form based view which has to load an entity load some collections for custom combo box bindings.

    The thing that I am missing is a some sort of a controller to download all necessary data within one request.

    I would like to achieve something like this:
    1. create a view
    2. create pages
    3. create forms in pages and subforms
    4. bind fields
    5. collect information about requested data that should be downloaded from the server
    6. display inactive (with a loader or sth like that) view (for better gui responsiveness)
    7. make a request
    8. redistribute data from the response to all components
    9. activate view

    Could you point me to some sort of documentation or example how these things should be done in spring RCP to achieve best possible performance?

    I am looking for some ideas how to implement something like this.

    Thanks.
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