I have the following Development Environment. I have
FlexBuilder 2.0 installed on my Laptop. The projects I am currently
developing are on a server in the internal network. I am connected
via Samba to this server.
During my work I experience a different performance Issue
than most of the people. If I try to write a Tag it takes the Code
Assist about a minute to pop up the Tags, which are available in
If I try to develop a project locally, there is no
performance issue with the Code Assist. My question now is: what
the hell takes FlexBuilder so long to display the available Tags on
the server? Is there any other way than turning the Code Assist
off, to solve this Issue.
I have an IBM ThinkPad T60 Dual Processor
1 GB RAM
and JRE 1.5 update 6 running
must be memory problem. I got same problem with my PC (P4 2.8
Ghz, 1Go Ram, JDK 1.5 update 6) when i work into LAN network. I
dont work locally. I solved my problem when i restart Flex Builder
to clean cache memory. More you work longer, Flex Builder eat more
memory. Maybe im wrong, but it's works
thx for the answer. I do not think of an memory problem. This
performance issue is directly after the startup from Flexbuilder so
that a restart of the application would not be the solution.
The question is, what does FlexBuilder do by displaying the
available tags? We had a look on the network connection statistics
and they show, that a lot of traffic is produced only by the
Content Assist. I think, FlexBuilder tries to find something on the
remote Server and this takes so long. Am I wrong?