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PURGE PRODUCTION DATA

PURGE PRODUCTION DATA

PURGE PRODUCTION DATA

(OP)
When I tried to use "purge production data" in sc 5.1 (Utilities->Administration->Purge Data) I receive an error:
"unrecoverable error in application: us.unload.delete on panel init.file"
Does anyone knows how to solve this problem?

RE: PURGE PRODUCTION DATA

I didn't have the same problem. But maybe this helps:
Go to the command prompt
<db> enter
for the file type <unload> enter
choose <unload.script.g> enter
search for PurgeAll and open it
tick the radiobutton <Show Unload Buttons>
Now you see the list of all that the purge will do. You can add files or delete them or give a query to it. Look here if you can find anything funny?

You can also use this to create your own script for cleaning the message or mail files or whatever you want.

Other wise use the debugger <ctrl><shift><d><e> and post the result of the action to the forum.

RE: PURGE PRODUCTION DATA

(OP)
Thanks for your reply.
I use sc 5.1.1.
It seems that in that release Peregrine guys changed field
names (ex. Network -> network components and so on).
But they didn't check unload scripts!
So purgeAll unload script contain old field names.
I just corected it (deleted wrong fields).
You can do verify and see wrong field names.

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