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Slow Loading GIF files in OC4 Cont

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We have an Oracle application that is working fine except the GIF files in the header are loading VERY, VERY slowly. The numbers I have heard that they should be loading two GIF files in a millisecond and they are taking several seconds so they are much, much slower loading than they should be.  Oracle Containers for J2EE are being used.
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what are the sizes of the GIF files? what are their dimensions in the file and in the display?
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Don't have the exact sizes. May be able to get that. They are very small, just part of the header.
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Appears to be related to Single Sign On Redirects.
Single Sign-On was removed for test and speed was considerably improved.
Will provide more information as it becomes available.
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Don't have the exact sizes. May be able to get that. They are very small, just part of the header.
They should be small, but are they?
Do a right click on the image, and look at "properties". Depending on your browser, you should have several infos like: initial dimensions, display dimensions, file size.
Good to look even if problem seems solved...
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by:Alex972
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I was told that they were indeed small.
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But, thanks for the thought. Asking ALL the questions is very valuable.
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I was told that they were indeed small.
B-) that's my point...

Using the right-click you can very easily check these sizes... you're probably right in trusting those who told you so, but taking some seconds to make the check would give you a real answer...
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I'm was helping on the project team, but since I asked the question, I have been moved to another project.
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Work in our office has found the results listed above.
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