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E-PRCS: Information about PurgeProcessRequest(),ArchiveReportMgr(), and PurgeSchdlrServer() functions Found In The Prcsyspurge Process (Doc ID 624804.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 19, 2024

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.4 to 8.51 [Release 8.4]
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SPECIFIC TO: Enterprise, PeopleTools 8.44 and higher

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In addition to the PeopleBooks documentation found in Process Scheduler PeopleBooks > Defining System Purge Options > Access the Purge Settings page, what is the logic behind the following functions called when the PRCSYSPURGE and PRCSSRVCLN processes are run?


In program PRCSSRVCLN:

PeopleBooks excerpt from Process Scheduler PeopleBooks > Defining System Purge Options > Access the Purge Settings page.

Purge Settings page

Use the Purge Settings page to empty the PeopleSoft Process Scheduler tables and file system. This operation will schedule the Application Engine program PRCSYSPURGE.

The PRCSYSPURGE program performs the following:

* Updates statistics to all of the process request tables before deleting content.

* Purges all process requests with a last update date that is past the Days Before Purge value for the specified run statuses.

* Deletes all of the subdirectories in the Log_Output directory that are associated with the process requests that are purged from the process request table if the Purge Process Files option was specified.

* Purges the report repository tables with expired dates, based on the specified number of retention days.

* Deletes all directories from the report repository that are associated with processes purged from the report repository tables.

* Schedule the Application Engine PRCSRVCLN program if more than one active Process Scheduler server exists. PRCSRVCLN cleans up the Log/Output directory for all active servers.


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