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Managing ABL Applications
ABL and R-code Deployment and Management : Managing Client Performance

Managing Client Performance

On client systems, OpenEdge® consumes system resources to execute ABL (Advanced Business Language) procedures, store variables and record buffers, sort records, and store temporary files. When managing client performance, be aware of key performance factors such as procedure loading and execution, temporary file I/O, and sorting I/O. In addition to these factors, application design and coding can significantly affect client performance. For information about this topic, see OpenEdge Development: Programming Interfaces.
For information about database performance, see OpenEdge Data Management: Database Administration and OpenEdge Deployment: Startup Command and Parameter Reference. For information about Application Server performance, see OpenEdge Application Server: Developing AppServer Applications.
* Procedure loading and execution
* Distributing OpenEdge files on a network
* Temporary file I/O
* Sorting I/O