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Archiving of XML messages in Process Orchestration.

Hi Experts,

We are planning to setup the Archiving for the XML messages in our Process Orchestration 7.4 system with store type local file system.

Could some one clarify us on few queries over here which are as below.

1. If we use the local file system to store the archived XML messages, what are the actions need to be taken if file system is full,

do we need to clean up the file system manually or is there any automated method to do the same?

Thanks in advance..!!!

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  • Posted on Dec 17, 2015 at 03:22 PM

    Hi Bala,

    Have you managed to solve this? How do you clean up the file system of archived messages?

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    • Former Member Mike Sibler

      Hi Mike,

      This time I have to come back to you with a different question. As we know that the retention period can be maintained by two parameters in the Services tab under java system properties. I maintained the retention period as 3 days and I could see that archiving is going on perfectly. But today to my surprise I have noticed that some of the messages are not getting archived. when I further checked I found that that particular messages have some different retention period other than the global setting. I checked in the "message retention" in SOA and found that there are no rules maintained. How come the messages have different retention periods other than the global setting.

      Any idea on this please give me a hint.

      Thank you



  • Posted on Nov 19, 2015 at 11:04 AM
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