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It takes long time to build a BPM process. Why? Can it be optimized?

Good day. We've created a process. It contains: about 30 steps (one main process and two sub-processes), human and automated activities, 4 lanes. The process lies in DTR, SC and DC are on a server.

When we are building the project it takes half an hour to complete it! Is it normal? How can we diagnose the problem?

System - Core2Duo 2GHz, 2.5 GB Mem.

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2009 at 03:32 PM

    I've got the same problem, the build "hangs" at 49% progress. after a very long time I had to kill NWDS. So I'm not able to build my bpm-project anymore.. My NWDS is CE 7.1.1 SP01 (200811082206).

    Does anyone have similar problems or can offer some solutions? Maybe there are build-options to configure NWDS, or methods to determine what causes this "hanging" situation?! In other - smaller - bpm-projects I'm not facing this problem.

    Thanx in advance

    Mirco

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  • Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 08:06 AM

    Hi all,

    There have been several improvements regarding the Process Composer DC build time. The most prominent one happened in NWDS 7.11 SP02. So updating the installation might help here.

    Regards,

    Dominik

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