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BSM / BAC - where can we deleted/filter Unused transactions or locations?

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  • Previously on BAC there was a section of  profile entity maintenance where we were able to filter / delete unused transactions or locations, we are unable to find this option in BSM. Is there any similar on BSM for this?

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Re: BSM / BAC - where can we deleted/filter Unused transactions or locations?

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Hi ChristopherOro,

 

this option doesn't exist anymore in BSM 9.

It is the expectation that BSM deletes all related entities whenever for example a Business Application is deleted.

 

If there are inconsistencies, then they should be leftovers from an update / upgrade.

 

You can use RTSM Admin, search for the relevant CIs and delete them, aging also should do the trick.

 

I found similar case (ghost transactions after upgrade from BAC 8.07 to BSM 9.2x) and there the solution was:
1. find and delete CIs in UCMDB
2. perform the following queries (it is recommended to create backup copies of the Management database prior to the actions)

DELETE FROM eumbpm_btfs WHERE is_deleted=1
DELETE FROM eumbpm_scripts WHERE is_deleted=1
DELETE FROM eumbpm_trans WHERE is_deleted=1
DELETE FROM eumbpm_wts WHERE is_deleted=1

 

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Siggi

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Re: BSM / BAC - where can we deleted/filter Unused transactions or locations?

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Hi ChristopherOro,

 

this option doesn't exist anymore in BSM 9.

It is the expectation that BSM deletes all related entities whenever for example a Business Application is deleted.

 

If there are inconsistencies, then they should be leftovers from an update / upgrade.

 

You can use RTSM Admin, search for the relevant CIs and delete them, aging also should do the trick.

 

I found similar case (ghost transactions after upgrade from BAC 8.07 to BSM 9.2x) and there the solution was:
1. find and delete CIs in UCMDB
2. perform the following queries (it is recommended to create backup copies of the Management database prior to the actions)

DELETE FROM eumbpm_btfs WHERE is_deleted=1
DELETE FROM eumbpm_scripts WHERE is_deleted=1
DELETE FROM eumbpm_trans WHERE is_deleted=1
DELETE FROM eumbpm_wts WHERE is_deleted=1

 

Greetings
Siggi

Customer Support
Micro Focus

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Re: BSM / BAC - where can we deleted/filter Unused transactions or locations?

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Hi,

 

As Siggi said, the profile entity maintenance feature no longer works, because we now do everything over the RTSM.

 

If you have applications that contain transactions/locations that no longer exist, you can either use Active Filters to hide them, or another option would be to create a Pattern View that doesn't contain those transactions/locations, and then use that view in the EUM reports, instead of the default End User Monitors or End User Applications views.  You have to use a Pattern View because that's what EUM reports uses when showing views to select.

 

 

Eric Shaffer

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Re: BSM / BAC - where can we deleted/filter Unused transactions or locations?

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Thanks a lot Siggi and Eric, that is what we want to know

 

Best Regards!

Christopher Orozco

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