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Is there a performance penalty for setting a large number schedule objects say in the range of 4000 to 5000.

Question asked by girishwashikar611090 on May 9, 2018
Latest reply on May 11, 2018 by VidyaPraveenBatchu605049

Is there a performance penalty for setting a large number schedule objects say in the range of 4000 to 5000.

We are in the process of implementing Automic Workflow Automation and intent to use it as Job Scheduler for JDEdwards EntepriseOne 9.2.

 

Our design idea is to create a new Workflow for each EnterpriseOne Job and schedule that job in a Scheduler Object.

 

We would like to create new Scheduler Object for every Workflow we intent to schedule in Automic.

 

The main motivation behind this configuration is to keep each scheduled job separate from Scheduling standpoint.

 

This design does create lots of Scheduler objects however make it simple to manage each workflow and its schedule. In addition I have experienced that search engine will quickly find workflow and it corresponding scheduler object. Does this design have serious impact Automic Performance?

 

In other words

 

We are trying to decide the best way to set up schedule objects in our system. It seems like the two logical ways are:
>Set up one schedule object per time zone and put thousands of jobp objects into each.
>Set up one schedule object per jobp (or perhaps small list of related jobp objects).

 

Is there a performance penalty for setting a very large number of schedule objects?

 

Regards,

- Girish

 

 

 

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