Thanks for the reply, I think it was just coincidence that the number of jobs had reached a 1000. You are correct that you should be able to create 1000s of job per flowline. The fact the first step works means the flowline is not issue. I believe the problem is on the select AOI step. Whilst cloning the flowline got us going again, it would be good if anyone can give me any tips as to why the select AOI step stopped responding. I should add that as the cloned flowline links to the same AOI MXD, I am assuming the issue is not the master MXD as the cloned flowline would not work if that is the case.
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I am using Workflow Manager 10.3.1 I have create several workflows using Job Type with Steps within the workflow. We have noticed that when the number of new jobs created within a Job Type reaches just over a 1000, after selecting the AOI button, and pressing OK, the workflow just hangs, it will not fire onto the next step. However if you clone the Job Type, a new Job Type ID number is generated and the workflow is fine again. This has happened twice now, and it may be a coincidence but each time the workflow becomes unresponsive when it hits a just over 1000 new jobs. If everything works again after cloning, then logically this means the MXD that supports the AOI is OK, there must also be sufficient memory or the newly cloned Job Type would not work. The only conclusion is that Workflow Manager must have a limit on the number of new jobs that can be created within a given Job Type, although I can find no documentation that confirms this. Does anyone know if this is the case or perhaps I am barking up the wrong tree?
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