We have developed an application in which there is a login page it is a simple login page that sends the request to a component and then displays the next page.
- Posted by: Shivakumar Thota
- Posted on: March 24 2003 22:43 EST
But when it was put in production we noticed that the login page is the slowest of all the pages accessed.
Could you please tell me which pattern I could use, in order to enhance the performance the login page?
Hi SK Thota,
What processing happens on the login page? Where is the user information that it is trying to validate reside? Are you running in a cluster or a single server instance? I think more information is needed to address this issue.
Coherence: Cluster your Work. Work your Cluster.
If the login page is the first place where a session interacts with the backend, the problem could be in getting a JNDI Context. I've noticed that on Weblogic, at least, the first time you get a JNDI Context it takes a long time. Try putting in some logging statements to time what is taking the longest.