I have a document manager that needs to display a folder containing 2000 files in the root. Furthermore, there are about 25 subfolders containing an additional 1000 files. (Currently using 2009.1.402.20). Currently only Chrome will eventually display the entire structure. All other browsers will time-out or freeze.
I've found two related threads on this:
1. An older one that states the document manager is designed for 200-300 files. It recommends to change the structure and so on. Unfortunately this is not something we can control.
2. The newer one states that since 2009.1.527.35 there is a paging option in the file/document manager, which would speed up the rendering.
I'll try to upgrade and see what happens, but my question is on the paging. I could not find any info on this in the docs. Is it turned on by default ? How can I control this feature ? Where can I find more info on this ?
Added a screenshot from the IE8 profiler, which identifies the dataBind function as the main cause for the delay. Apparantly this is the main issue on IE, because chrome and safari take 30 secs - 1 min, but finish without problems. Firefox shows a dialog with a script warning (very soon in my opinion), but then finishes rather quickly.