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Submit Interval of Continuous Load Shortened from 10 Seconds to 2 Seconds

Hi, is there some negative consequences if submit interval of continuous load is shortened from 10 seconds to e.g. 2 second? To make it useful, should the integration batch poller interval in seconds be the same as continuous load submit interval? We have a case where 12 continuous loads are chained, each of them takes ~2 seconds to process but intervals are 10 seconds so it could be optimized


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There should not be any issue in setting the Continuous Load submit interval to 2 seconds. You can set the batch poller interval to the same as well but the time to wait for the poller is minimal compared to the time to process the integration job.

In v5.3 there is a new feature called Delayed Continuous Loads. This prevents job contention with continuous loads by delaying load submission in the event of long running certification processes.

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There should not be any issue in setting the Continuous Load submit interval to 2 seconds. You can set the batch poller interval to the same as well but the time to wait for the poller is minimal compared to the time to process the integration job.

In v5.3 there is a new feature called Delayed Continuous Loads. This prevents job contention with continuous loads by delaying load submission in the event of long running certification processes.

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