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  • October 5, 2016

ADF Performance Audit Tool Major Update v 5.0 by Andrejus Baranovskis

Jürgen Kress
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Our ADF performance audit tool is growing and getting more advanced with each release. Current major update v 5.0 brings ADF Click History integration and allows to track ADF UI client request time. This allows to understand, how long it takes to execute action from user perspective. Combined with ADF BC performance monitoring, we could give precise answer about performance bottlenecks from top to bottom.
New features in v 5.0:
1. Redesigned UI with ADF 12.2.1 Responsive template. UI is aligned with Alta UI best practices
2. Group by ECID functionality. We can track request action from top to bottom. This includes client request time (time needed to complete action on UI, including network traffic time). Executed SQL queries and any issues in ADF BC performance for the given request
3. ADF Click history logging. Click history data about UI performance is being intercepted and logged into Red Samurai DB, for analysis. This gives a database of all user requests and time for each request
4. User request statistics visualization dashboard
Here you can see sample data from ADF demo application. User request statistics are presented to help in understanding system performance. Time for each user request is visualized, along with detail information about request (component ID, name, type, etc.). Average times are presented, along with user statistics and top actions. We display total requests count vs. recent requests, to visualize the load on the system:

Each of the logged requests can be tracked down by ECID. Here we can see a list of VO's invoked during UI request and any slow performance behavior happening in ADF BC: Read the complete article here.

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