When open 3 documents on same page via JavascriptAPI, the third spotfire page are loaded very slow.

Using the code below based on the example, we found that when open 2 document, the loading performance is ok, however when open 3 pages into same html web page, there will always be a third one loaded very slow. 

Is there any setting in Spotfire server to add the allowed api connections or maximum documents can open?

here is the code used.



        <meta charset = "utf-8"/>

        <!--meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge"/-->




        <div id="P0101">full</div>            

        <div id="P0102">full</div>    

        <div id="P0103">full</div>            


        <script type="text/javascript" src="http://web-server/spotfire/wp/GetJavaScriptApi.ashx?Version=10.3"></script>

        <script type="text/javascript" src="http://web-server/spotfire/js-api/loader.js"></script>



        var c_serverUrl = "";

        var c_analysisPath = "/Mashup";

        var c_parameters = "";  //Optional configuration block

        var customization = new spotfire.webPlayer.Customization();  //Optional configuration settings

        var app;

        var c_reloadAnalysisInstance = false;

        var apiVersion = "10.3";


        // Customization of UI    

        customization.showDodPanel = true;

        customization.showStatusBar = false;

        customization.showToolBar = false;

        customization.showPageNavigation = false;

        customization.showClose = false;

        customization.showAnalysisInfo = true;

        customization.showExportFile = true;

        customization.showExportVisualization = true;

        customization.showUndoRedo = true;

        customization.showFilterPanel = true;













        function onReadyCallback(response, newApp)


        app = newApp;

        if(response.status === "OK")


            // The application is ready, meaning that the api is loaded and that 

            // the analysis path is validated for the current session 

            // (anonymous or logged in user)

            console.log("OK received. Opening document to page 0 in element renderAnalysis")

            var doc = app.openDocument("P0101",0,customization);

            var doc1 = app.openDocument("P0102",1,customization);

            var doc2 = app.openDocument("P0103",2,customization);




            console.log("Status not OK. " + response.status + ": " + response.message)




    function onError(error)


        console.log("Error: " + error);



    function onCreateLoginElement()


        console.log("Creating the login element");

        // Optionally create and return a div to host the login button

        return null;