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Applet Performance

 
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Hi Everyone,

I am currently migrating MSJVM code to SunJVM for my project. We use applet to allow user to entry their info or search.
In MSJVM, applet performance is quite well, response was quick. But after migrating to SunJVM, the applet performance has been slow. For an instance, the tables and tabs were poped up one by one or one line by one line which you can see tables or tabs have been added into applet. It seems to go back 90s, when the page loaded, all of components get out one by one.

I tried to increase memory on my local, but this issue still there.

Does anyone face this kind of issue before, or some suggests where to dig?

Any reply will be appreciated.
 
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Guodi Zhang wrote:Hi Everyone,
..In MSJVM, applet performance is quite well, response was quick. But after migrating to SunJVM, the applet performance has been slow. For an instance, the tables and tabs ..



To be 'migrating' code implies you had it working in one, and are now changing it to the other. Which leads me to the question: since when did the MSVM support tables or tabbed panes?
 
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