Sunday, June 10, 2012

Oracle BPEL Process Manager Performance Tuning: Change SyncMaxWaitTime

Oracle BPEL Process Manager Performance Tuning: Change SyncMaxWaitTime


The SyncMaxWaitTime property sets the maximum time the process result receiver waits for a result before returning. Results from asynchronous BPEL processes are retrieved synchronously by a receiver that waits for a result from Oracle BPEL Server. This property is applicable to transient processes. The default value is 45 seconds. This property controls the maximum time the process result receiver will wait for a result before returning for Sync processes.

To change the property using Enterprise Manager:


  • Expand soa-infra 
  • Right Click
  • Expand SOA Administration



  • Clkick BPEL Properties.
  • This will navigate you to BPEL Properties page.

  • On the BPEL Service Engine Properties, click on More BPEL Configuration Properties...






  • Look for  SyncMaxWaitTimeand change the value. The default value is 45 seconds
  • Click Apply on Upper Right section of the page.

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