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what does deleteJFSResources actually delete?


Mark Ireland (26115748) | asked Mar 12 '14, 9:12 a.m.
edited Mar 13 '14, 8:08 a.m. by Paul Slauenwhite (8.4k12)
The  deleteJFSResources repotoos command option has the following details. What does it delete exactly please?

Purpose

The deleteJFSResources command enables the permanent deletion of the archived Jazz Foundation Services resources in context area, storage area, and consumer key. Permanently deleting archived resources can open up database space and improve performance.

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Erica Tran (1.4k6) | answered Mar 13 '14, 11:22 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
Hi Mark,

It will actually delete resources.  For example if you archive a project, but the resources are still there and can be restored.  If you use the deleteJFSResources it will remove the resources, history and revisions will be gone.  Here's a link that describes this.

Jazz.net wiki:  Permanently deleting resources

Hope this helps.

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Mark Ireland commented Mar 13 '14, 12:15 p.m.

Hi, Thank you for this, my real question would be what are considered to be resources?
Does this work on CCM, QM and RRC or just RRC?
If so,
What is the correct syntact to delete all from all archived?

Many thanks

Mark.


Geoffrey Clemm commented Mar 13 '14, 3:19 p.m.
FORUM ADMINISTRATOR / FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER

My understanding is that this command has no effect on CCM and QM (and there is no corresponding command for CCM and QM).   But we'd need one of the CCM/QM developers to confirm the accuracy of that understanding (:-).


Erica Tran commented Mar 13 '14, 3:53 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER

Yes, it is only for RRC.  This is documented in the info center.

Info Center:  Repository tools command for permanently deleting resources

The info center has information also has details on the syntax.  Here is an additional technote on how to use the command.

Technote:  Deleting data permanently from a Requirements Composer repository


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