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Is OpenEdge BPM designed to support a multi-tenant architecture?


TitleIs OpenEdge BPM designed to support a multi-tenant architecture?
URL NameIs-OpenEdge-BPM-designed-to-support-a-multi-tenant-architecture
Article Number000186554
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge BPM
Version: 11.x
OS: All Supported Operating Systems
Question/Problem Description
Is OpenEdge BPM designed to support a multi-tenant architecture?

How to deploy OpenEdge BPM in the cloud for multiple users?

Is OEBPM built on a multi-tenancy or single-tenancy architecture?
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The BPM team researched on multi-tenancy earlier and we learned that, apart from using the OpenEdge database in multi-tenant mode, it will require product changes in significant areas.
As of today, we do not have any recommendation for using the BPM in multi-tenant mode with current set of features.
Regarding any possible customization, both EJB server and Portal server run complex SQL queries and there is no straight way to inject any new way of filtering to achieve multi-tenancy programmatically.
The possible approach would be to host every tenant on a separate BP server instance.
Last Modified Date10/15/2015 10:49 AM
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