I am facing a issue when triggering Workflow using WF-BATCH. In the Event Trace SWEL it shows System Overloaded restart in Batch. Once the Workflow gets triggered it does not get its value from its attribute but If I instantiate this separately this value is registered. Even the task that WF-BATCH performs in the system is not proper. It checks a condition which should be true but considers it false. This is not happening in the Sandbox where the same Wflow run. I have checked WF-BATCH has SAP ALL and SAPNEW. I read in some article that the load of the System is responsible for this. How this load can be reduced for WF-BATCH to run properly.
Is there a way in which some memory is allocated to WF-BATCH which is not sufficient?