Conditionally Purge BPEL Instances on 10.1.3.x

AshokOfferings, Technical Tips1 Comment

Marc Kelderman wrote a helpful article on this topic:

One of the users there notes:

Note there is a patch to to purge old data (6372741). Its a fairly dumb one that deletes everything older than a given date. Trying to do something more elaborate we have noticed that if you use the script in this article as a basis then rows in xml_document table are not removed.

We have written code to conditionally purge BPEL instances in a sophisticated manner, taking into account custom logic, scheduling, and performance for multiple customers in SOA/BPEL versions 10.1.2 and 10.1.3.x. The fact is that purging should be strategically planned to meet your unique use of Oracle BPEL.

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