RE: Wants to learn Lotus Workflow Thorsten Seidel 11.Nov.09 10:22 AM Lotus Notes General 6.5.1Windows XP
>Currntly my understanding is End user always interact with the Application database for taking any action on a particular activity for a particular job.
>So if I have multiple LWF applications depending upon different Business needs, then Will I have to create seprate application database or use the same database?
You can do both, depending on your needs.
Consider the amount of design elements needed to seperate the users of the business processes from each other, including rights management (ACL, Hide-When in Outlines, Forms, Views, etc.). At some point you want to use seperate application DBs :-)
A number of aprox. 100.000 documents in an application database with a high level of activity as also been seen as a performance limit. If you have more docs, split it it up.
Same for Archive... do you want them all in one DB or does it get too big in a shot time ?
For Process Definition, OrgDB and Design Repository you're save to use one set for all application databases.