Viewer Performance is Poor Due to Rendering Devices That are Not in View
(Doc ID 2710608.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Utilities Network Management System - Version 188.8.131.52.0 to 184.108.40.206.0 [Release 2.5]
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On : 220.127.116.11.0 version, Web Workspace
We are seeing poor viewer performance when viewing maps.
With debugging enabled:
Setting category [VIEWER_TIMING] to debug level [ON]
Setting category [VIEWER_RENDERING] to debug level [ON]
it is clear that the number of objects being drawn does not fit what is being seen in the viewer
point_of_service_oh, count: 8166 2472352 microseconds
wood_pole, count: 14312 746977 microseconds
non_wood_st_light_pole, count: 5634 198841 microseconds
tower, count: 483 183152 microseconds
load_break_elbow, count: 136 153969 microseconds
disconnect_oh, count: 212 117373 microseconds
fuse_oh, count: 44 101475 microseconds
xfm_oh, count: 1104 57338 microseconds
hand_hole, count: 602 56316 microseconds
splice, count: 126 54132 microseconds
vault, count: 715 51162 microseconds
scada_rack_src_br, count: 29 43298 microseconds
It seems that we are rendering all objects whose partition intersects the display area, but we should really only be rendering objects that are in the display area.
Viewer should be rendering objects that are in the display area.
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