#307 ✓resolved
Walter McGinnis

Move building or rebuilding of search records to backgroundrb process to speed up create and update requests

Reported by Walter McGinnis | February 20th, 2012 @ 02:18 PM | in 1.4

When items are created or updated a corresponding search record is either created or updated. For items that have lots of relationships, think thousands of relationships, (or are related to an a topic with lots of relationships through a prepopulated choices from topic type extended field value), generating the search record can take considerable time. Since these records have to be generated before the rest of the create or update actions finish, this can delay returning the request to the user to an unacceptable level.

By moving the generation of corresponding search records to a generic muted worker under backgroundrb that will build the search record asynchronously, we can return a result the user in acceptable time.

This functionality should fall back to standard search record generation for tests and also if the backgroundrb process is not available.

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