1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 22, 2009 10:52 AM by Michael Borbor

    high delay in deserializing soap message in Flex 3.0

      We are developing a middle sized application using Flex and Axis Webservices. On the client side we AS code generated using Flex Builder 3.0 and the WSDL. On the server side we have Java  code generated with Axis 1.3 using the same WSDL. The problems occurs when the server sends a 290Kb response to the Client. Flex spends 10 seconds (obtained from mx.rpc.* log facility) in deserialing this SOAP message. My question is:

       

      ¿Could I improve the performance of the deserialization?

       

      Due to the fact that this is an unaceptable delay and that we have a code of 70.000 lines ¿what choices we have? ¿Should we use remote objects?

       

      Thank you

        • 1. Re: high delay in deserializing soap message in Flex 3.0
          Michael Borbor Level 4

          Yes I think your app will perform better using remote objects, there's 

          a great app to test that named Census you can get it and do your own 

          tests or play with it on James Ward's blog.

           

          Sincerely,

           

          Michael

           

          El 22/04/2009, a las 12:24, ijmarrero <forums@adobe.com> escribió:

           

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          We are developing a middle sized application using Flex and Axis 

          Webservices. On the client side we AS code generated using Flex 

          Builder 3.0 and the WSDL. On the server side we have Java  code 

          generated with Axis 1.3 using the same WSDL. The problems occurs 

          when the server sends a 290Kb response to the Client. Flex spends 10 

          seconds (obtained from mx.rpc.* log facility) in deserialing this 

          SOAP message. My question is:

          >

          ¿Could I improve the performance of the deserialization?

          >

          Due to the fact that this is an unaceptable delay and that we have a 

          code of 70.000 lines ¿what choices we have? ¿Should we use remote ob

          jects?

          >

          Thank you

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