But I have a reason for it, I want to perform some testing activity with available resources taking around 50/60 RDP session or more of that machine and opening Sales Order on all RDP sessions simultaneously, when I do that speed of application gets very slow. As NAV client is consuming lot of memory so thinking of this work around.
So now you know that running a page from a shortcut also opens the RTC client. This is a valid test result, and you can use that information to draw conclusions from your testing. Don’t try to create artificial situations for testing purposes only. Testing should simulate realistic situations, and that’s what you should be reporting on.
Well Daniel, I agree: “Don’t try to create artificial situations for testing only”. But being a “beginner” who wants to learn the limits in the program (and move away from the beginner forum) I do admire people who wants to test just to better understand the product. My hat off for that. That’s how I also learned when I started with NAV 20 years ago.
But we can also conclude that it’s not possible to run a page object in RTC without also opening the client. Lesson learned.
To Savan: If performance is a real killer and all you need is a single page, then you could consider building function of this page into a web service and wrap it with your own Windows apps. Not really something I would recommend, but if I had the time then I could see it as a good learning process, and maybe you would end up with something useable. [:)]