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Deleting the Data Manager Log files in BPC 7.5

Hi ,

I have to delete the data manager log files so could please any one help me with the right program for BPC 7.5 version.

I found the standard program "ZUJF_DLT_DM_LOG_FILES" but which is not existing in 7.5 version.

Regard

Pratibha

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  • Posted on Sep 24, 2014 at 10:57 AM

    Hi Pratibha,

    But why not to delete logs from Excel interface - View Package Status? Just select multiple logs and in the right click menu select Delete...

    Vadim

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    • Hi Kurt,

      "In addition, the program you later offer is not available and neither is upgrading to another SP at this juncture."

      It's available if you upgrade to the minimal mentioned SP (SP13 for BPC 7.5 and SP12/SP05 for BPC 10 800/801). From SAP point of view if you have some bug solved in some SP then it's solved 😊

      If you don't want to upgrade - then you have to write the program yourself. May be based on code: How to Mass Delete Data Manager Log Files

      But the code provided in How-to is very old (2010) and you may have compatibility issues.

      Vadim

  • Posted on Sep 24, 2014 at 11:06 AM

    P.S. For 7.5 look on UJF_FILE_SERVICE_CLEAN_LOGS

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2014 at 01:08 PM

    A Google search leads to document (PDF) the relevant article on SDN is How to Mass Delete Data Manager Log Files
    with link to downloads

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