I have an automation that creates queue items in Orchestrator. They cannot be duplicated, so I’m using the Unique Reference property when adding each queue. It tries to add the item, but if it’s duplicated, it throws an exception.
The thing is, we’ll have more than a thousand queue items a day. So, over time, we’ll have a large number of items in the queue. Will this be a problem?
Because, over time, each queue item will be compared to each item processed in the queue, which is going to be a lot. I’m worried that it will cause a big latency after some time.
It should not be an issue I believe…these are the limits for retaining queue items in the orchestrator (this is for cloud, might be little different for on prem (you can let us know if your’s is on prem))…but still it will try to store only unique references separately if enabled the option …so that should take care of the issue…