[quote=“SamJaimes”]I have a project installed in a machine with a good internet connection. The client runs the project in a pc with a good internet access, but the project takes like 15 seconds to load. Why it takes so long? Is there a way to make the project faster?
Thanks for your answers![/quote]
You have to remember that Ignition doesn’t actively install anything on the machine per say. When you start a jnlp file Java Web start checks to see if the currently cached files on the local machine are expired, or if the files on the gateway are newer, the complete project is then downloaded and then Java needs unpackage everything into the cache and fire up the client. While each individual step in the process is relatively quick, put all together it does take a few seconds.
That being said, I’m not sure of the impacts, but it looks like you could make Java do the checking for newer versions in the background by adding
to the end of the jnlp file.