1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 20, 2007 7:31 AM by Alexander Schlett

    JBPM Database Cleaning

    Daniel Hoffman Newbie

      i have a question concerning the JBPM 3.1.2 database;

      The data that the JBPM stores doesn't seem to ever get truncated, cleaned, or purged from this database. While we can easily halt Jboss, and effectively stop processing at some given time, say midnight, drop the JBPM tables, and remake them, this only puts us behind on schedule.

      Is there any aging ability supported by JBPM? Or perhaps any other mechanism that can be considered for aging data within a specific set of tables?

      I haven't investigated the table structure that much, so I don't really know how I would right a procedure to remove just the rows that are 'old'.

      Thanks for any help,
      Dan