IDM Workflow (PRD) performance monitoring

Idea ID 2781947

IDM Workflow (PRD) performance monitoring

There does not seem to be any way to see how individual workflows are performing. This becomes critical for larger sites where a defect or poorly written workflow can bring the user app to its knees.

Could you please add the functionality to monitor in real time (and over time) the performance of workflows so administrators can identify and tune the performance of workflows?
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Absent Member.
Absent Member.
Great Idea. It is a must and currently I am facing lots of issues and have no means to find which wfl is poorly performing. Chandra (Westpac)
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Absent Member.
Very good idea and will help all teams (Integration as well as BAU) immensely going forward.
Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
It would also be good to pair this with a PRD best practices, fault finding guide, etc..
Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Under consideration for IGA-S and IGA on-prem, please provide specific use cases to highlight the types of Dashboards, and other performance monitoring.

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Knowledge Partner

Tom: While a dashboard showing length of time PRD's are running is interesting and useful, what I think the request here is more focused on processes inside the PRD.

That is, if you design a complex PRD, what activities are taking the most time to process? Debugging the PRD itself, in terms of performance. 

In NDStrace you could (I wish you would!!!) offer a tool that looks at timestamps and finds the hotspots, where the time gap between lines is largest.  (I have been bugging Stefaan to add this to his Advanced DS Trace plugin, but he has not done it).  So in the engine context the example woould be, isolate one event, and find the longest pauses between trace lines. What is slowest?

Similarly for the Activities in the Workflow, which ones take the longest time.

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