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Tag Archives: purge
The long awaited whitepaper on purging SOA/BPM 11g databases by Michael Bousamra with Deepak Arora and Sai Sudarsan Pogaru has been released and is available here. I recommend you take a look!
We often get questions about how to manage purging old data (finished processes instances, task histories, etc.) from SOA and BPM 11g when those data are no longer wanted. There are some scripts provided to do this in 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52 … Continue reading
My colleague Deepak Arora (see his blog here) has written an excellent white paper on purging old instance data from SOA Suite/BPEL 10g and also a great blog post on automating the deletion of old partitions. If you are interested in … Continue reading
When you are running a lot of instances of your composites through SOA/BPM 11g in your testing/development environment, you will start to fill up the available space in your database with the logging and auditing information for these instances. From … Continue reading