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Improve editable data page performance using high-throughput mode (8.2)

Improve clipboard performance in editable data page processing by using the high-throughput mode option. Access this option in Dev Studio on the Definition tab of the data page rule form.

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High-throughput mode option

This mode supports the following clipboard features:

  • Hierarchical structure – Arbitrarily deep and complex tree structure formed by pages, lists, groups, and so on.
  • Legacy API compatibility via adapters
  • Mutations
  • Complex references – APIs on the page support arbitrarily complex property reference strings, including list subscript symbolics such as <APPEND>, <FIRST>, and so on.
  • Messaging – Message metadata can be attached to properties and pages, for example, as a result of validation, Rule-Declare-Constraints, or various APIs and activity methods
  • Dictionary – Information specified on the Property rule form is available during clipboard processing.
  • Serialization/deserialization – Page structure and contents can be stored on disk or in a database; then later restored into memory.

The following clipboard features are not supported:

  • Autopopulate
  • Linked properties
  • Referenced properties
  • Limited support for declaratives
  • Change tracking for property value updates in the user interface

For more information about configuring data pages, see Data page rules - Using the Definition tab.

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