This topic offers some
guidelines for speeding up startup times for the application, and
for increasing performance of the application itself.
For optimum performance, applications should be run from flat
files in the production environment. Make sure that the "-ddfile"
option, and the application name are specified on the command line
that starts the application.
||It is important that the Windows Designer is NOT enabled when
starting the application in the production environment. Make sure
that the "-wd" option (normally used to enable the Windows
Designer) is NOT specified on the command line that starts the
||To run your application from flat files on Windows, the CON,
EXT, and ESI files for the application must be in your
||Performance will suffer if you run an application on a central
server, especially if you use network drivers that are also running
on the server. Best performance will result from running client
versions of network drivers, and running the application on the