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    Jens Lundell
    Soup up Workspace load!
    Topic posted December 21, 2018 by Jens LundellBronze Crown: 15,000+ Points, last edited August 5, 2019, tagged Browser UI, Service Console 
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    Title:
    Soup up Workspace load!
    Summary:
    Introduction to a new series on how to improve the load time of workspaces
    Content:

    Hello everyone!

    The Workspaces team has been implementing, enhancing, and maintaining workspaces and related features since the first release of workspaces in RightNow Version 8.  We did this first for the legacy console, later for the enhanced console, and lately, for the Agent Browser User Interface.

    The most common question I get from customers regarding workspaces is “How can I get incidents to load faster?” There’s no easy answer to that question, and in this new series I will discuss best practices and techniques for getting your workspaces to load as fast as possible, without sacrificing required business needs.

    Here are the posts in the series:

    The intended audience for this series consists of site administrators and developers working on integrations with Oracle Service Cloud. Most of the material will be applicable to both the Agent Desktop Service Console (.NET) and the Agent Browser User Interface (BUI). When there are differences, I will highlight those.

    With a decent network connection and a medium-powered PC, opening an incident on a small site with a blank workspace takes about a second. Anything you add to your site and your workspace after that will slow things down. You will see that almost all the recommendations basically boil down to “do as little as possible.” Given that, the term “soup up” for the series is probably not entirely accurate, as it implies you can actually make the core workspace engine faster. You can’t, but you can make sure it doesn’t have to do more work than necessary. Or, to use a car analogy, don’t put heavy items in your car if you want to drive fast. Especially don’t hook it up to a 30,000 pound trailer!

    I’m planning to periodically review the posts and incorporate new material, so please feel free to comment on the posts and share your own experiences.

    Stay tuned for the first installment in the series!

    Jens Lundell
    Oracle Service Cloud

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