You can set cache and timeout values for process validation if you experience problems when waiting for workspace builds to finish.
There are various scenarios in which WSDL and schema files are loaded, such as when opening a BPEL process that uses such WSDLs and schemas or during validation. For a process with many, large, or remote WSDLs and schemas, load and build times can get slow. This is especially the case when you have references that do not exist or take a long time to load.
Window > Preferences > Process Developer > Cache and Timeout
to view these preferences.
Bad WSDL Cache Timeout
. This value is set to 120 seconds. If a connection cannot be made to a WSDL URL during process validation, the WSDL location is cached so that a later attempt to connect can be made.
Resource Load Timeout
. This timeout controls the amount of time spent waiting to read external WSDL files. This timeout also controls how long it takes to read the WSDL (and all its imports). By default, it is set to five seconds. You can increase this value if your machine or network is slow.
For details on validation builders, see
About Project Orchestration and Validation Builders