If you are not correctly cleaning up old jobs/processes in your BPA environment and you maintain too large a number of jobs/processes, at some point this will lead to performance issues.
The default behaviour is to keep ALL processes for a particular process definition if no retention/keep clause is configured for the definition. Every process definition that should be deleted automatically should have a keep clause configured. The keep clause defines how many/how long processes will be kept in the system.
- SAP CPS by Redwood version 8 (M33.x)
- SAP BPA by Redwood version 9 (9.0.x.x)
- Running on SAP Netweaver Java 7.x and higher.
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