Log Purge

One of the great things about Opalis is the level of logging you can have. You can literally tell a workflow to record not only the direction that it went when it ran but also to capture all of the output data from each object. The problem with this though is that by default this data is not purged! This can cause very slow console performance (when you load a view it loads the logs) as well as database growth. So, obviously, there is a built in function in Opalis to purge these logs and it can be set to run on a schedule. The question though is, where does one configure this? As a right click option on your integration server in the operations console of course…Happy log purging!


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