RF-3895 Too many requests from rayflow client
Applies To: All RayFlow Client 4.1 RTM versions
Once a project was selected, the RayFlowClient (RFC) would connect to the RayFlow Server (RFS) every second or so in order to refresh its dashboard items, potentially leading to the RFS application pool consuming CPU and memory until it is rendered useless, forcing the application pool to be recycled in order for it to start functioning again.
The RFC now only refreshes a projects dashboard when one of the following actions is performed:
1. Loading the project.
2. Creating a task.
3. Editing a tasks datafields.
4. Any right-click context menu action.
5. Manually refreshing a phase.
Each time a task is selected, the RFC will also perform a LockTask check against the RayFlow Server. If a task is still selected when the RFC is not being used, it will perform a LockCheck action every minute.
- RayFlow.Client.4.1.5919.2.msi - full RayFlow client installation
- RayFlow.exe 4.1.5919.2