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New workspace caching in Pro 3.3 — Improved GP performance in EGDBs?

05-13-2024 08:34 PM
Honored Contributor

What's new in ArcGIS Pro 3.3 - Analysis and geoprocessing says:

The geoprocessing framework uses workspace caching to improve performance when running scripts or repeated processes. This improvement applies particularly to remote data sources, such as enterprise geodatabases.

How can I find out more information about that new functionality in 3.3.0? For example, will it improve performance with Route Event Layers?

I ask because in my current environment (ArcGIS Pro 2.9.5; Oracle 18c 10.7.1 EGDB; ST_GEOMETRY), route event layers are slow: Layer Caching — How does Pro know when data was last updated?


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Honored Contributor

Esri Case #03632162 - New workspace caching in Pro 3.3 — Improved GP performance in EGDBs?

I also posted a comment/question in What's New in ArcGIS Pro 3.3.

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Esri Contributor

Hi @Bud, This could improve your case since the performance improvement will allow information about the remote EGDB workspace that is storing the route event layer data source to be cached.

Particularly, repetitive processes will benefit; the first time you run a tool it will not be faster than any previous release, but any subsequent runs of tools against data sources in the same workspace will have better performance. This is because it will use locally cached sets of properties rather than traveling across the network for each request.