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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?

Currently running 4.1.6 sp4 with Domino 6.5.6 Fix Pack 2.
Old 09-08-2009, 08:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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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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