Sugar 6.1.3 is out

sugarcrmdevelopers —  March 14, 2011 — 2 Comments

Last week we released the 6.1.3 maintenance patch for SugarCRM. You can check out the release notes for more details on the several stability fixes coming from customer, partner, and community requests.

We also added one new configuration option that is only controllable from the config.php file. The new option is named ‘quicksearch_querydelay’, and is set to the number of seconds you wish to delay the quicksearches from being called; by default there is no delay ( same behavior as in previous releases ). What this option can help with is if you have an instance with lots of records, and the quicksearch requests are taking lots of system resources and returning back erroneous results. Setting a delay here can reduce the number of requests made, and a result reduce the load on more heavily used instances.

2 responses to Sugar 6.1.3 is out

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    We have found a setting of 1 second is optimal for this – even with smaller record sets – it ensures that you do not get invalid results populated in the quicksearch box – this can be seen in particular when typing at a slow speed

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  1. Sugar Developer Blog » Blog Archive » Another Sugar 6.1.3 behavior change - March 16, 2011

    […] mentioned earlier this week that Sugar 6.1.3 went out last week, and detailed one change in a configuration option for the time delay on quicksearches. There was one other change as well that will affect most users, which deals with using the enum […]

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