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Re: QlikView UI slowness

Check if you have sufficient RAM and the RAM is not consumed fully by any other application.

Try using I.EPlugin to access the application.

MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: QlikView UI slowness

Beside the available resources from the server it's possible (but IMO rather unlikely whereby you could check if there are any proxy-server between your browser and the Qlik server) that there is a network-delay (if so it should be noticable with nearly all applications and not only a few).

Another more probable cause could be that there is any section access which might break some calculations. The easiest check would be just to disable it.

Furthermore take a look on the used releases from the client and the server - both should be the same.

- Marcus

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New Contributor III

Re: QlikView UI slowness

Hi @Vegar  we are also having a similar problem. We are considering increasing the RAM but this will obviously cost money. Is there a way or test to find out if increasing RAM would actually improve our performance before actually committing? We have very large datasets

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Re: QlikView UI slowness

You could monitor your RAM usage and how much you use swap memory. 

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