Purging data in IBM Business Process Manager

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Dave Spriet and Phil Coulthard

Date archived: May 10, 2017 | Last updated: July 2014|First published: December 04, 2013

IBM® Business Process Manager is a stateful product that accumulates data over time. As with any stateful product, it's essential to its ongoing health to have a strategy for purging some of that state occasionally. This article explores the areas of IBM BPM where data is collected and the methods that exist today to purge that data. This content is part of the IBM Business Process Management Journal.

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