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 Deleting Entries in the Application Log

Use

The records in the application log are not automatically deleted by the system. To prevent the database from overflowing, we recommend that you delete the records at regular intervals.

If required, you can also schedule a background job to perform this task.

In the ERP System

In the ERP system, you can use the report RDELALOG to delete records from the application log. As a prerequisite, your release must have a Core Interface.

To delete entries, use transaction CFGD or:

  • For SAP R/3 3.1I – 4.5B, in the CIF area menu, choose Start of the navigation path Monitoring Next navigation step Application Log Next navigation step Delete Entries End of the navigation path .

  • As of SAP R/3 4.6B, on the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Start of the navigation path Logistics Next navigation step Central Functions Next navigation step Supply Chain Planning Interface Next navigation step Core Interface Advanced Planner and Optimizer Next navigation step Monitoring Next navigation step Application Log Next navigation step Delete Entries End of the navigation path .

In the SCM System

In the SCM system, you can use the report /SAPAPO/RDELALOG to delete records from the application log.

To delete entries, use transaction /SAPAPO/C6 or in the SCM Basis menu, choose Start of the navigation path Integration Next navigation step Monitor Next navigation step Application Log Next navigation step Delete Entries. End of the navigation path

If you do not make any entries in the date and time fields, all records that are older than one week are automatically deleted.

Note Note

In both the SCM system and the ERP system (as of SAP R/3 4.6), you can also use transaction SLG2 to delete the logs.

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