Reply posted on September 8, 2019 by sharp3Pega
I will suggest using Dynamic class reference. That way it will easy to extend and you can use Obj-methods.
Performance is an ever-lasting effort and you need to utilize tools to give your focused areas to tune. Here is a high level article (explore the links there): https://community.pega.com/knowledgebase/improving-performance-customer-decision-hub...
Hi Dileep, There are multiple tools available online and you can also use tools like Eclipse Mat anlayser to understand the Heap dump.
Thank you Chandrashekhar, this really helps. Will try these out and if any queries will get back. Thanks again.
Thank you for your reply Paul, yes we are rolling the logs we are using the default behaviour. Can you please let me know how to set the Sorting.
Hi, The below link might help you. https://community1.pega.com/community/product-support/question/how-capture-request-message-connect-jms Rule_Obj_Activity.InvokeJMSConnector.Rule_Connect_JMS.Action com.pega.pegarules.integration.engine.internal...
2.) What garbage collection configuration is the best? Does G1 GC(Garbage Collector) works well with Pega? Or is there any better garbage collection configurations? For memories upto 4GB, use CMS which is default for Pega apps. For memories greater...
Thanks Karunesh for your quick response. As our application is running on the Pega cloud, do you still recommend a separate node to run the batch process?
Thanks very much for sharing this. It has been very helpful!
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