We're doing a stress test to test the system on how it fares when we trigger a few thousand WFs at once. I wrote a program to trigger the WF Events off continuously, my question is that normally in our event trigger code we put a "Commit Work" at the end. Should we have that there for the stress testing?
If an explicit COMMIT WORK is not specified then none of the events that you raise will occur. This is because the Function Module SWE_EVENT_CREATE is RFC enabled and needs the commit before it executes.
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