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Sample Workload Management properties file

  • Updated: 4/15/2020
    • 11.3.x
    • Manage
    • Enterprise

Sample Workload Management properties file

The Workload Management configuration file wlm.properties enables an Control Room administrator to customize the workload-related properties based on the organization's automation requirements. For example, users can configure the time interval required to trigger an automation.

Version 11.3.1.2

Sample code

Use the following sample code to configure the Workload Management-related properties:

wlm.db.staging.size=100
wlm.db.staging.low.water.mark=70
wlm.staging.upper.water.mark=50
wlm.staging.low.water.mark=35
wlm.ignite.low.water.mark=5
            
wlm.file.upload.encrypt.lines.count=100
wlm.file.upload.batch.size=100
            
workOrder.concurrent.execution.count=5
workOrder.max.execute.lines=1000
            
workOrder.execution.job.interval.seconds=30
allowed.workItem.processing.deviation=2
wlm.device.timeout.minutes=30
wlm.minimum.seconds.between.deploy=10
wlm.deploy.compensation.seconds=20
wlm.priority.pool.redeploy.minutes=30
            
wlm.automation.trigger.interval.millis=900000
  1. Copy the code to a file and save it as a wlm.properties file in the config folder of the Control Room application path.

    For example C:\Program Files\Automation Anywhere\Enterprise\config

  2. You can change the properties based on the organization's workload automation requirements.

    For example, change the automation trigger interval. The default time is set to 15 minutes or 900000 milliseconds.

  3. Restart the Automation Anywhere Control Room Service for the changes to apply.
    Note: The wlm.properties file is available in the config folder by default from Version 11.3.3.
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