Based on several years of experience evaluating custom Notes applications to diagnose performance-related issues, IBM compiled the most common properties that can affect application performance. On two websites they cover the database, view, and form properties known to affect application performance. They will tell you when to use and when not to use certain properties for best performance results, and where applicable, IBM will provide you with alternative solutions.

 

Application Performance Tuning, Part 1

This article looks at the database, view, and form properties that most commonly affect how well your applications perform.

 

Application Performance Tuning, Part 2

This article looks at coding practices that can improve application performance. It also examines some common LotusScript methods to see which ones perform best under different conditions.

 

Note:

These articles aren´t brand new ones. But they include some good points for application performance.

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