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  1. Preface
  2. The Application Integration Console
  3. Process Server Configuration
  4. Deployed Assets
  5. Process Schedules
  6. Processes
  7. Process Server Health
  8. Process Metrics
  9. Connections
  10. Guides
  11. Logs

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Process Instance Retention

Process Instance Retention

You can view this property on the
page.
You can specify how long to keep completed and faulted processes in the Process Server database before deleting them on an automated schedule. This setting is available in the following locations:
  • Process Deployment Descriptor editor in Process Developer. Here, you can add the setting to a process’s deployment descriptor.
  • page of the
    Application Integration Console
    . Add or change the setting for a deployed process.
  • There is a default retention days setting for all processes on the
    Application Integration Console
    . The setting for an individual process overrides this setting.
The retention setting applies to a process version with a status of online or online pending, not to offline pending or offline versions. The schedule begins on the Completed or Faulted date of each process, as shown on the
Processes
page. For example, if a process instance completes on December 31, and the Retention setting is 30 days, the process instance is deleted from the database on the next scheduled deletion after January 30.
To Set Retention for an Individual Process
  1. In the
    Application Integration Console
    , select
    Deployed Assets
    Deployed Assets
    .
  2. Select a process from the list.
  3. If multiple versions exist, from the Deployed Process Detail page, select an online or online pending version to open the
    page.
  4. In the
    Process Instance Retention field
    , specify a number of retention days, hours, or minutes for the process version.
  5. Select
    Update
    . The effect is immediate for all completed and faulted processes.
For details about scheduled database maintenance, see
Storage
.