Thursday, May 25, 2006

ADT 2006 Hotfix - Project Navigator Performance on a Remote Server

Something I've waited for and even more so all the other ADT 2006 users. This doesn't apply for ADT 2007 and I guess this hotfix is included (correct me if I'm wrong).

I clocked opening ADT with a project and refreshing a project before and after this hotfix.

I saved 70 seconds on opening ADT with this specific project located on another location. Before it took 3:00 minutes opening and now it takes 1:50.

I saved 50 seconds on refreshing this project. Before it took 1:10 minutes and now only 20 seconds.

Add a comment below and describe how the performace has increased for you.

Thanks Autodesk for listening!

This hotfix applies to Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2006 and addresses the performance of the Project Navigator when the project is stored on a remote server. Important: This hotfix should only be applied if you are experiencing performance issues using Project Navigator over a wide area network (WAN). Applying the hotfix will reduce the time it takes for the Project Navigator to open, close and refresh. The time it takes to start a Callout tool when working in a project has also been reduced. Modification of the Project Properties when the project .apj file is either read-only or locked by another user has been stabilized.

1 comment:

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    razzamacadd said...

    Pretty good. So why no fix when running over a LAN? We have a project that takes 15 minutes to load. Will this hotfix work on a LAN?
    May 25, 2006

    JTB World said...

    I think you might see an improvement on LAN but probably a lot less. If it takes 15 minutes to load I really suggest you to try the hotfix. Let us know the result after.
    May 25, 2006


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