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OK, browser will cache those static files after first fetch.

But the first fetch speed is so important to user experience so please allow ExtRoot and other properties for setting static served files to be set like this.

ExtRoot := 'http://cdn.aaaaaaaaa.com/'

We need to have minimum impact on the web app server. It should serve the dynamic content.

All static resources better served by a cdn.

Thanks

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On 5/29/2020 at 12:26 PM, Mehmet Emin said:

OK, browser will cache those static files after first fetch.

But the first fetch speed is so important to user experience so please allow ExtRoot and other properties for setting static served files to be set like this.

ExtRoot := 'http://cdn.aaaaaaaaa.com/'

We need to have minimum impact on the web app server. It should serve the dynamic content.

All static resources better served by a cdn.

Thanks

I had asked/have requested this a long time ago. It would really be good to have.

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@Farshad,

The idea is excellent !!!

• On an intranet, where users open recurrently an unigui application from a Browser, opening is fast.

• But from an extranet (web), user will wait...wait....wait, and giving up, believing that the portal web does not work.

This situation already happened for my customer who decided,  for confidentiality reasons, to put a locally server with a low ADSL (no vps).

Please, can you think seriously to this solution (cdn).

Best regards.

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