Discussion2Replies1986Views×Close popoverRajsekhar Singha Roy (RajsekharSR) Accenture Accenture US View ProfileSend Message RajsekharSR Member since 2012 7 posts Accenture Posted: March 4, 2016Last activity: April 10, 2017Posted: 4 Mar 2016 18:11 ESTLast activity: 10 Apr 2017 9:38 EDT Closed Performance with Obj-BrowseIn my Activity, I'm using Obj-Browse method to browse data from a data table. While browsing I want to add filter criteria like below -.Name = @whatComesBeforeFirst(MyPage.MyName) where .Name is property of browsing class and MyPage.MyName is being populated before browing the Table.From performance perspective which approach will be better?Approach 1 : Before Obj-Browse step, set @whatComesBeforeFirst(MyPage.MyName) value in a parameter. In Obj-Browse use that parameter itself like.Name = Param.MyNameApproach 2 : In Obj-Browse step, use the filter criteria as .Name = @whatComesBeforeFirst(MyPage.MyName)Thanks,Rajsekhar***Updated by moderator: Lochan to add Categories*** Data Integration Java and Activities User Experience ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Discussion, please write a new Discussion. Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 9 Mar 2016 1:33 EST×Close popoverManoj Kumar Manda (MANOJ_INCESSANT) Incessant Technologies Senior Technology Specialist Incessant Technologies IN View ProfileSend MessageMANOJ_INCESSANT Incessant Technologies replied to RajsekharSR2nd approach is best, but in 1st approach you can view the value of @whatComesBeforeFirst(MyPage.MyName) in param value and this can be traced while for debugging process Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 10 Mar 2016 9:15 EST×Close popoverOleg Shepelev (OlegShepelev) LANIT-BPM LANIT-BPM RU View ProfileSend MessageOlegShepelev LANIT-BPM replied to RajsekharSRI thinks there is nearly no difference from performance point of you. You just save one assignment step in second approach but it is almost nothing.