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hdolliner

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We have upgraded our MBPM v7.6.2 to v7.6.4.10 and experiencing slowness when browsing to Admin Forms.
Does anyone experiencing the same?
Is there a fix for it?

Thanks.
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Fadilk

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We have upgraded our MBPM v7.6.2 to v7.6.4.10 and experiencing slowness when browsing to Admin Forms.
Does anyone experiencing the same?
Is there a fix for it?

Thanks.



try Reindexing the database.
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hdolliner

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We tried reindexing, however it did not help. There is still a delay when browsing to Admin Forms. For example, if the metastorm page opens up with todo list and you select Admin Forms icon, there is a delay until it shows the list of available admin forms.
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KarlD

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Sometimes after an upgrade it can be sensible to publish all your libraries and procedures again. This ensures the latest versions is locked into the database with the latest version of the software. This also declares if any changes are made in the version that are no longer supported.

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BMellert

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I'm sure you did this, but just in case ... did you rerun the stored procedure scripts after the upgrade?  There are usually minor changes even for simple upgrades, and this was slightly larger than that.
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hdolliner

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I re-published all our procedures again. Then re-ran the stored procedure scripts like eWorkProcedures and ProcessMetadataProcedures.
However, it did not help.
The engine is located on Windows server 2008 R2 SP1 and it is VM. The database in on SQL server 2008 R2.
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not sure if it's resolved, I will run sql profiler to see which query is taking long. a network analysis would help too.


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Originally Posted by hdolliner
I re-published all our procedures again. Then re-ran the stored procedure scripts like eWorkProcedures and ProcessMetadataProcedures.
However, it did not help.
The engine is located on Windows server 2008 R2 SP1 and it is VM. The database in on SQL server 2008 R2.
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