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Old 09-04-2009, 12:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking to set "MDS Browser JavaScript Enabled" to TRUE under the Browser Policy Group. I'm pushing out an OTA app for intranet users which is using a javascript button to search. This change will be done to our existing IT Policies in place and will touch about 2500 handhelds over four BES servers.

Is there a lot of overhead on the BES when enabling the javascript option on the handheld? Or, does the Policy Service search and queue changes until complete?

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I'd recommend making policy changes in batches and doing it during off hours. Perhaps roll it out over a weekend? ... sending out policy changes in batches of 100 every 30 minutes.

While there is overhead, it won't cripple the server ... just don't do them all at once.
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Totally agree with hdawg. Don't trust all those vendors marketing advertising gimmicks saying the ability to whatever blah blah... Being a software person before like many others, we all know too well that a big data push will cripple a software... an analogy will be buckets not enough for the big sea (stack overflow i.e.), not forgetting prolong loop eating up memory resources... small patches will be good.
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