ADF BC Tuning VIII: Application Modules, Part 2

Last week, I talked about a couple of tuning opportunities for ADF application modules: Lazy loading and shared application module instances. This week and next, I’m going to talk about a way to tune your application modules that is, in my opinion, even more important: Knowing how and when to adjust your application module pool settings. This week, I’m going to write about what application module pooling is; it’s pretty vital that you understand it before you try to tune it. Next week, in the final post in the ADF BC Tuning series, I’ll provide the actual application module pool tuning tips.

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