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09-23-2008 03:07 PM
In my test, the commit command of the BlackBerryContact takes too long to finish. A single commit command takes up about 80% of the running time of the application.
For example, my test was performed on a Curve (OS Version 4.5) with 200 contacts. I retrieved the contact list and modify all contacts in the list. The total running time is about 120 seconds. The commit time is about 95-100 out of that 120 seconds.
My clients' contact lists usually consist of more than 1000 entries. Is there anything I can do to optimize the process ?
09-24-2008 01:01 AM
I have had similar issues with Address Book performance.
I tried to improve the visual progress of the application by showing a status bar while it scanned a few thousand contacts.
I Couldnt really do that either. Simply trying to count the total number of contacts in the address book took many minutes.
My testing was on OS 4.2