XFA Rendered as HTML - Designer Scripting Affect on Server Performance

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AndrewKeys123

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AndrewKeys123

AndrewKeys123

19-11-2020

I am working on a project where AEM Server (6.5) is used to render XFA forms as HTML.  There is a list of form links on the website.  The user clicks the XFA form link, the form is rendered as HTML, and then the user then has an option to click a button which will generate a flattened PDF including their typed in data.  The intent is for large scale use of this. 

 

We need to make a decision on how much forms scripting to use in the XFA forms.  The forms scripting will be Client scripts.  Even though these are Client scripts, there is a concern that the forms scripting will slow AEM server performance - this could be from the server processing that occurs when the link is clicked and/or the server processing from clicking the button to generate a flattened PDF.

 

Is this a valid concern - that scripting in the forms will affect Server performance - given there will be a lot of users?  I did not develop the web application - I am focusing on the forms - and need help understanding this.  Thank you.  

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Mayank_Gandhi

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Mayank_Gandhi
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24-11-2020

@AndrewKeys123  I think this is logged in the support ticket as well.