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What is the impact on aem 6.3 instance if the proprties in a node increases

manisha594391
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Is there any restriction to number of properties those could be added to a node in aem 6.3?

Also , is there any impact on the instance if the number of properties in a content node increases?

How is the instance impacted with more number of properties.

This is specific with respect to aem 6.3 version.

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berliant
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Employee
Employee

There is no known limitation on the number of node's properties. For most of the use cases, you need to proactively index those properties that are used for a search.

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berliant
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Employee
Employee

There is no known limitation on the number of node's properties. For most of the use cases, you need to proactively index those properties that are used for a search.

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hamidk92094312
Employee
Employee

On top of what Leo mentioned you should actively check the logs to see if there has been any traversal query and if there is such query just create a relevant index. You can use Oak index definition generator for this purpose.

Oak Utilities : Index Definition Generator 

manisha594391
Level 3
Level 3

@hamidk92094312@berliant We do not have any search requirement associated with this node and properties.

Its just like we want to persist it on jcr and fetch the properties using sling/jcr to render the page.

Will it still have any issue ?

hamidk92094312
Employee
Employee

You may not have a "search" requirements yourself. When we mentioned "search" it does not imply a search feature or something like that. Oftentimes AEM needs to fetch properties/nodes to assemble and render pages and for doing this a query is built and executed behind the scene . We are referring to that search query. When there is a large number of nodes to traverse then performance issues may arise in which case creating an index would help to improve the performance.

berliant
Employee
Employee

I don't think that having a large number of nodes' properties will be an issue.