Periodically clean up accumulated data maintenance items in cache that are no longer needed, by creating a data purge schedule. Set the schedule to perform the clean up processes when system usage is low.
Removes subscriptions that are inactive for the number of days specified in the schedule task configuration. A subscription is considered active based on:
A user who infrequently accesses the system, for example, 3-4 times a year, falls outside the specified time frame and is removed from SAP Mobile Platform. He or she must then reinstall the application and initiate a sync to reactivate the subscription.
|Error History Cleanup||
Removes historical data on MBO data refresh and operation replay failures, which result from system or application failures. System failures may include network problems, credential issues, and back-end system failure. Application failures may include invalid values, and nonunique data.
Only error messages are removed.
|Client Log Cleanup||Removes logically deleted client log records that have already been synchronized to the device, or are no longer associated with active users.|
|Synchronization Cache Cleanup||This cleanup task removes:
In addition, the optional exp header property in DCN messages indicates an expiration date, after which the data is purged based on the defined Synchronization Cache Cleanup schedule.