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From Tetsunori Inada <ina...@ca.objectiflune.com>
Subject RE: DotCMIS funciton perfomance
Date Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:17:14 GMT
Hi Dieter,

It was because of JVM on Windows and it is still quite slow processing for what I'm trying
to achieve.
So expecting (hoping to be precise) the more MS oriented DotCMIS could do better for that.
If I can know surely that DotCMIS does not perform better than OpenCMIS and it will not happen
at all or not anytime soon, I will simply drop DotCMIS from my list.

Regards,

Tetsunori

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Guendisch, Dieter [mailto:dieter.guendisch@sap.com] 
Envoyé : 15 avril 2014 16:37
À : dev@chemistry.apache.org
Objet : Re: DotCMIS funciton perfomance

Just out of curiosity: why did you expect DotCMIS to perform better than OpenCMIS?
(Even though I expect OpenCMIS to have more optimisations than DotCMIS, I would have expected
the JVM to have way more years of optimisations than the .net stackŠ)

Regards,
Dieter

On 15/04/14 21:25, "Tetsunori Inada" <inadat@ca.objectiflune.com> wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I've done some function performance comparisons between OpenCMIS 0.10.0 
>and DotCMIS 0.6.0.
>Even though I was expecting that DotCMIS would perform better than 
>OpenCMIS, I found that functions/methods like CheckOut() and CheckIn() 
>take about 50% to 100% longer to process with DotCMIS.
>For instance, for updating a same document:
>CheckOut(): 350ms for OpenCMIS and 770ms for DotCMIS
>CheckIn(): 434ms for OpenCMIS and 619ms for DotCMIS (Each process time 
>may differ but roughly the ratios are consistent.)
>
>Is it normal to have such much slower performance with DotCMIS?
>And is there any chance that DotCMIS can outperform OpenCMIS with any 
>future releases?
>
>Best regards,
>
>Tetsunori Inada
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