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Setting up Dialog work process for UC4 AWI

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  • 1.  Setting up Dialog work process for UC4 AWI

    Posted 11 days ago
    Hi Guys,

    We were trying to setup Dialog work process so that we can see the monitor the past executions of the objects. Can anybody help us with or point us in right direction?


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    Regards,
    Geetak Sharma
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  • 2.  RE: Setting up Dialog work process for UC4 AWI

    Posted 10 days ago
    Hello,
    some more information would be helpful, e.g. (not final)
    • Which version do you use?
    • What exactly do you want to achieve? What is not working?
    • Have you already checked the documentation for installing Automic?

    Regards,Tim



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  • 3.  RE: Setting up Dialog work process for UC4 AWI

    Posted 7 days ago
    Please find my inline response below.

    • Which version do you use?
      • Automic Web Interface 12.2.2.hf1-dev-feature-12.2.2-hf.1-86456
    • What exactly do you want to achieve? What is not working?
      • We are unable to monitor any workflow from last execution and not even able to open the report from statistics and it keeps loading.
    • Have you already checked the documentation for installing Automic?
      • yes, but couldn't find any relevant information. 


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    Thanks,
    Geetak
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  • 4.  RE: Setting up Dialog work process for UC4 AWI
    Best Answer

    Posted 7 days ago
    Hi,

    Here's a copy of what I answered to a similar question some time ago : https://community.broadcom.com/enterprisesoftware/communities/community-home/digestviewer/viewthread?MessageKey=287ba934-8962-46dd-b801-25c5d9357864&CommunityKey=2e1b01c9-f310-4635-829f-aead2f6587c4&tab=digestviewer#bm287ba934-8962-46dd-b801-25c5d9357864



    The way WPs are distributed between 'W' and 'D' types is dependent upon the settings defined in UC_SYSTEM_SETTINGS > WP_MIN_NUMBER  key.

    Here's an example :

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    If you set 'WP_MIN_NUMBER' to 10:
    • The first WP you start will become the PWP ('P' type)
    • The 10 next WPs you start will become regular WPs ('W' type)
    • Any additional WP will become a DWP ('D' type)

    The name set in the 'Value 1' field corresponds to the 'nodename' setting within the server's ini file (ucsrv.ini):

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    Besides, if you have more than a server you can define a different number of WPs for each server. Each server must be referred to by his nodename, and separated with a semicolon.

    Example
    :

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    Best regards,
    Antoine



  • 5.  RE: Setting up Dialog work process for UC4 AWI

    Posted 5 days ago
    Thanks a lot for sharing details, it seems its working on our Dev instance.

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    Thanks,
    Geetak
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