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Issue: Archiving and Deleting completed Processes from GP Administration

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IWe want to delete the completed processes from every users "Completed Processes' List. For this ,

In GP administration-> Archiving and Deleting-> Maintain Process templates->Global Settings,

We set 1 day for completed tasks.

So , after one day,will it remove all the completed processes or only the processes which were completed after setting the Archiving in Global settings?

How can I delete all the completed Processes?

Thanks

Smitha

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2006 at 12:49 PM

    All the processes that were completed one day before will be removed.

    You can schedule an on demand job to delete all the completed processes from with in "Archiving and Deleting" section.

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      Hi Smitha,

      Basically, there are two ways in which you can delete processes in <b>GP administration-> Archiving and Deleting</b>:

      1. automatically, through the <b>Maintain Process Templates</b> option

      2. manually, through the <b>Begin Archiving</b> option - there you have to ignore the predefined settings and set a date before which you want to delete processes.

      You should delete manually all processes up to now that were not deleted by the automatic scheduling. After that, all newly completed processes should be deleted promptly as you have specified in the global settings.

      Make sure that you also perform the appropriate settings for the archive store and the home path.

      You can check the documentation at: Process" target="_blank">http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/be/67a53d874f46c4b9a25e6e7d16a243/frameset.htm">Process Archive Management.

      Regards, Petja

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