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Workflow: Designing, Monitoring, and Enhancing Performance

SECTION 1: Course Instruction

01 Introduction 19 m
02 Workflow Logic Series 17 m
03 Timer Performance 17 m
04 Notifications 17 m
05 Life in the Queue 18 m
06 Workflow Values 22 m
07 Relationships 11 m
08 Determining Time 14 m
09 Sequence 14 m
10 Performance Design 24 m
11 Recap 17 m

SECTION 2: Final Assessment (Earn 80% or higher to earn credit)

12 Final Assessment

Optimizing performance is a priority for all OnBase professionals - especially for those responsible for implementing or supporting a module as critical to business efficiency as Workflow.

This course provides an in-depth look at the factors that impact the overall performance of a Workflow application. Learn to balance priorities concerning system, end user, and administrator needs. The course also details methods to determine areas for improvement, as well as best practices for making your Workflow more efficient.

  • OnBase
  • eLearning
  • P0615
  • Intermediate
  • 3 hrs 10 mins
  • Available with Premium Subscription

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There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics Covered
  • Clarifying System Work in a Workflow Logic Series
  • Understanding which Session Performs the Work in a Workflow Logic Series
  • Using Timers to Relocate Workflow Processing to a Different Agent
  • Adjusting Timers to Run at Low Resource Times
  • Using Interval Timers
  • Using Task Groups for Parallel Processing
  • Timer Performance Tips
  • Storing the Distribution ID as part of Notification Tracking
  • Checking if Notifications were Sent
  • Creating Better Notifications
  • Selecting Efficient Queue Options
  • Limiting Ad-Hoc Tasks using Filter Rules
  • Understanding Keywords vs. Single Instance Keyword Type Groups (SIKTG) vs. Multi- Instance Keyword Type Groups (MIKTG)
  • Benefits of using Properties
  • Finding Related Items using Portfolios
  • Finding Related Items using Document Handles
  • Using Related Items for Tasks
  • Establishing and Maintaining Accurate Baselines
  • Stopping Processing with Breakpoints
  • Ensuring Items will Exit the Queue
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