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Nintex Workflow slow ... takes up to 60 seconds to refresh the page itself

Question asked by bimi82 on May 25, 2018
Latest reply on May 30, 2018 by bimi82

Hello All

 

I have designed a form which uses 2 workflows: Reference + Approval.
The reference simply generates the Reference number updates the status and then starts the Approval workflow.

Note sure what the instance ID is used for but just added it in case is required!

 

 

Whereas the Approval workflow is set up to start also manually if required and to check condition when created based on the status parameter. Its purpose is so that in case the WF gets tuck at any Flexy Task point, then with the manual restart it goes back to the same approval point...

 

Maybe this is what causing the slow down????

 

 

 

The workflow contains a few of the followings:

 

- Parallel Actions

- State Machines

- Change State

- Switch

- Run If's

- Quries

 

 

Initially it used to run well, quiet fast.
As soon as the SUBMIT button is pressed, it would run the workflow and refresh page back to content within 5 secs.
Now, it does take over 60seconds before the page is refresh to show the content / process.

 

 

 

I am not sure what is causing it.
I have performed Purge workflow data to get rid of error'ed workflow.

 

 

Any suggestions?

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