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Disabling BPM

Hi All,

We are working on some Integration Scenarios which do not require the application of BPEL engine. I feel that if we can switch off or disable the BPEL engine, the load on the server will be reduced. Is it possible to do so?? I mean can you switch off the BPM process if not required? and switch on when required? Does XI have this option?

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    Aug 06, 2007 at 11:47 AM

    Hello Kartik,

    You can stop/start the BPE. But note if you do that none of the process will execute.

    T-Code = SWF_XI_ADM_BPE

    Regards,

    Sumit

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    Aug 06, 2007 at 11:32 AM

    Hay Kartik,

    The BPM is not called if your interface is not using any BPM functionality.so there is no need to "turn it off".

    ti sound from your post that yuo need to do some system tunnig so that you interfaces will run fster, good luck 😊

    Have a Good One,

    Uri Lifshitz.

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      Hay Kartik,

      I'm pretty sure you can disable the component monitoring (but I haven't tried). it says in the manual that "You have started the Runtime Workbench from the SAP Exchange Infrastructure start page. Component Monitoring is activated as the default on the initial screen." so if it's turned on by default then you should be able to turn it off.

      but if we talek about performance banchmarking you should also disable the CCMS monitoring and maybe cut a few pipline element from the pipeline.

      I'd lov to hear how your experiment went to help out, feel free to contact me at Uri(at)xact.co.il .

      uri Lifshitz.