Optimizing Commerce Server
You analyze and optimize the system performance of Microsoft Commerce Server 2002 to ensure that your Web site can handle necessary levels of Internet traffic. To optimize your system, you must first analyze your current system and transactions, and then determine how many users concurrently use your site during normal and peak periods. You can then begin making adjustments in your system to optimize performance.
For additional information about optimizing Commerce Server, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=5165, a series of white papers that explain the concepts and methodology of performance analysis, and demonstrates how performance analysis was conducted on sample sites. It includes links to tools downloads and sample scripts that can be used to test your site performance.
This section contains:
- Analyzing Your Current System. Describes how to analyze your system and improve site capacity.
- Using Transaction Cost Analysis. Describes how to measure the cost of different types of Web transactions on your site in order to increase performance.
- Optimizing SQL Server Query Performance. Describes how to update SQL Index statistics to optimize SQL Server query performance.
- Materializing Virtual Catalogs. Explains how to materialize virtual catalogs, and when and why you should materialized them.
- Running the Updatefulltextcatalogs Script. Explains how to run the Updatefulltextcatalog script, and when and why you should run it.
- Performance of Fulltext Search on Catalogs. Explains how to fulltext search affects the performance of catalogs.
- Managing Performance. Describes tuning and optimizing methods for Commerce Server performance.
- Troubleshooting Performance. Lists common problems that may occur while using Commerce Server optimization tools. Provides additional resources for troubleshooting other areas of Commerce Server.
- Additional Optimizing Information. Lists online and print resources as well as tools for optimizing Commerce Server.
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