When investigating application performance problems, identifying which users are
experiencing issues is just the first step. But what comes next? How do you identify the specific parts of your code that are causing performance problems, and how do you optimize those sections to improve application performance?
In this session, you’ll learn how to leverage Progress’s Client Database-Request Statement Cache feature to gain real-time visibility into client activity. This feature, added way back in release 10.1C, allows you to direct a 4GL or SQL client to send diagnostic information to the server each time it accesses the database. You can then use this data to identify which parts of your code are causing performance problems and optimize them to improve application performance.
Join us to learn how this powerful feature works and how to incorporate it into your OpenEdge
troubleshooting workflow. By the end of this session, you’ll have a clear understanding of how to use the Client Database-Request Statement Cache to identify and optimize performance issues, improving the user experience and ensuring optimal application performance. Don’t miss this opportunity to take your OpenEdge performance troubleshooting to the next level!
Consultant, White Star Software