Workflow dynamic changes performance

19 באוגוסט 2007

WF dynamic changes are a performance disaster   I wanted to build a workflow which has 3 parallel branches that executes continuously Each branch holds a list of activities. What is interesting about this workflow is the fact that activities can move from one branch to another. I found out that whenever an activity moves CPU increases drastically. I used the following code and found out interesting phenomenon: 1.       Even if there is no change in the workflow (no activities are added nor removed) there is a huge spike in CPU !!! 2.       This is the interesting part: If you continue to perform changes (let us say...
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