Floating horizontal scrollbar or sticky columns are really slowing down batch approval page (example: viewing 2 requisitions from EM, each has ~300 line items) - the table is nor responsive, it takes some time before scrollbar reacts.
Also the column headers are not working correctly - part of them dissapear while scrolling down.
Horizontal scroll works smoothly for big tables.
Sticky headers work as intended - thay are always visible when scrolling table vercitally.
So.... we can't reach the performance goals that set by which were
... In this case 500 should be sufficient, as the EM req has between 200-300 or so products. A big issue though is the number of facilities (columns) that can be included. The idea would be to have the whole district included which is anywhere between 10-40 (80+ in the case of Lilongwe). Right now for EM they can only do about 5 facilities ...
An alternative approach to this issue is to make the table "internally" scroll, and fix the size of the table to fit around the other page elements.
Highest Frame Rate
Lowest Frame Rate
~ 4 seconds per scroll event
Hi . Are you planning to create a subsequent ticket to implement the potential table-based approach?
Tested and moved to done.