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Built in purge is not working as expected



As per the defined purging for Autonomic Event Services (AES) system, it was supposed to purge the entries older than 14 days.
User does not see the purging is not happening in the AES system. To validate, user would require related tables for AES Settings.

Error Messages

Not Applicable

Steps to Reproduce

Open AESSettings from Pega-AES-Data-AESSettings.

Root Cause

Not Applicable


Here are the classes and corresponding tables that are purged based on the settings in “PegaAES-Data-AESSettings” instance:

- PegaAES-Data-Alert - pegadata.pegaam_alert
- PegaAES-Data-Exception - pegadata.pegaam_exception
- PegaAES-Data-LogUsage - pegadata.pegaam_perf_stats
- PegaAES-Data-NodeStats - pegadata.pegaam_node_stats
- PegaAES-Data-IndicatorChange - pegadata.pegaam_ind_change
- PegaAES-Data-CriticalEvent - pegadata.pegaam_crit_event
- PegaAES-Data-NodeHealth - pegadata.pegaam_node_health
- PegaAES-Data-Indicator - pegadata.pegaam_indicator
- PegaAES-Data-TopOffenders - pegadata.pegaam_topoffenders
- PegaAES-Work-Exception - pegadata.pegaam_exception_work
- PegaAES-Work-Action - pegadata.pegaam_action_work
- PegaAES-Data-DailyMetrics - pegadata.pegaam_dailymetrics

Published March 15, 2017 - Updated October 8, 2020

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