Performance On Events Page Affected By Con Meds And Treatment Meds

(Doc ID 978454.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 22, 2009

Applies to:

Adverse Event Reporting System - Version: 4.6.1 - Release: 4.6
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

AERS 4.6.1.19 in Production

The performance on the Events page is largely affected by the number of products in the case (Suspect, Concomitant, or Treatment Medications).

It is understandable that a large number of suspect drugs would impact performance because event-to-drug information needs to be identified for these drugs.

However, performance is also affected when concomitant and treatment medications are added to a case even though concomitant and treatment medications don't have event-to-drug assessment information.

The performance on the Events page is much slower, when concomitant and/or treatment medications are added to a case.

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Create any case with 10 events and 1 suspect drug record.
  2. Use the arrow keys to navigate through all the events as quickly as possible.
  3. It should take about 2-3 seconds.
  4. Add 20 treatment meds to the case.
  5. Once again, use the arrow keys to navigate through all the events as quickly as possible. 
  6. It will take about 20-25 seconds. [Event performance should not be affected by treatment medications]
  7. Change all 20 treatment medication to concomitant medications.
  8. Use the arrow keys to navigate through all the events as quickly as possible. 
  9. It will take about 20-25 seconds. [Again, event performance should not be affected by concomitant medications]

Cause

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