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Tuning Performance and Scalability of Siebel Wireless

Several different parameters within the Siebel configuration files and within the Siebel application itself impact the performance and scalability achievable by Siebel Wireless applications.

The values of these parameters can be increased or decreased to support different numbers of concurrent users.

The first set of parameters that can be configured reside in the Siebel Web Engine's configuration file. These parameter settings can be viewed and updated by opening the eapps.cfg file located in the SWEApp/bin directory created during installation on the machine in which the Siebel Web Server Extension is installed.

Parameters to consider within the eapps.cfg file when tuning for scalability and performance include:

Once these parameters have been modified, the Siebel server should be stopped and started to force the new parameter values into effect.

Several parameters should also be configured from within the Siebel Web Client by a user with systems administrator access to support various Wireless concurrent usage levels. These parameters can be updated by navigating to Server Administration > Components > Component Parameters.

The parameters listed below are included for each of the following four Server Components, and must be updated for the particular server components representing the Siebel Wireless applications that are used. The four Server Components to consider are:

The following parameters must be set for the appropriate Server Components listed above for each of the Siebel Wireless applications that are used:

NOTE:  The value input for the Maximum Tasks parameter must be a multiple of the Minimum MT Servers parameter and the Maximum MT Servers parameter.

More general performance setting details can be found in the Siebel Server installation guide for your operating system.

 Siebel Wireless Administration Guide
 Published: 09 September 2004