Work Manager configuration is now supported by MyST Studio and MyST CLI 220.127.116.11, to help make fine-tuning FMW performance that much easier. Here’s a quick refresher on self-tuning behaviour in WebLogic Server, along with where to configure objects in MyST Studio.
WebLogic Server provides a number of constraints and request classes used to provide guidelines to WebLogic Server for allocating resources to process work requests, as well as work managers which provide a collection of these constraints and request classes to give an overall behaviour. MyST Studio groups configuration for all of these objects under Work Manager Configuration.
The first displayed entry is Work Managers, but because work managers refer to most other object types, we’ll come back to those in a moment.
Configuring Response Time Request Classes
Response Time Request Classes are used to indicate that a given request should be processed within an ideal timeframe, which is expressed in milliseconds. It’s important to note that this is not the response time experienced by a client application or end user, but the response time for an individual item of work performed by a server-side component. Read the complete article here.
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