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Slow Loading GIF files in OC4 Cont

Posted on 2011-03-07
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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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by:fibo
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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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by:Alex Campbell
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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.
On the Experts Exchange screen, they would be like the Ask, etc. tabs without the actions behind them.
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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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by:fibo
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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:Alex Campbell
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I was told that they were indeed small.
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by:Alex Campbell
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But, thanks for the thought. Asking ALL the questions is very valuable.
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by:fibo
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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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by:Alex Campbell
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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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