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PeopleSoft Driver: stop endless events in publisher channel


Hi All,

I have configured a Peoplesoft driver (IDM 4.5). I have connected it
with a PeopleSoft Endpoint, which has lots of data in transaction CI.
Is there any configuration change can be done in driver property not to
allow any historical events? I also noticed that the driver cache has no
data, keeping the driver stop. Now it is 3 days the driver is running
like this. How can I stop this?

Thanks,
Raktim


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Re: PeopleSoft Driver: stop endless events in publisher channel

raktimb wrote:

> I have configured a Peoplesoft driver (IDM 4.5). I have connected it
> with a PeopleSoft Endpoint, which has lots of data in transaction CI.
> Is there any configuration change can be done in driver property not
> to allow any historical events? I also noticed that the driver cache
> has no data, keeping the driver stop. Now it is 3 days the driver is
> running like this. How can I stop this?


I don't belive there is a driver config for this.

1. did you by any chance initiate a resync when you first started the
driver? This is an option under driver startup type.

2. Can you post a santitized level 3 trace?

We can probably help with a veto rule that can veto data which is
historical as early as possible in the transaction.
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Re: PeopleSoft Driver: stop endless events in publisher channel

On 2/3/2016 6:49 AM, raktimb wrote:
>
> Hi All,
>
> I have configured a Peoplesoft driver (IDM 4.5). I have connected it
> with a PeopleSoft Endpoint, which has lots of data in transaction CI.
> Is there any configuration change can be done in driver property not to
> allow any historical events? I also noticed that the driver cache has no
> data, keeping the driver stop. Now it is 3 days the driver is running
> like this. How can I stop this?
>
> Thanks,
> Raktim
>
>


If the trans01 event log is full of events and you don't need them to flow, your DBA can just truncate that table and the
events will stop. I would suggest having the driver stopped when you do that however.
This is a destructive event so make sure that you don't actually need the events.
Worst case scenario however you can just have the DBA enter new events into that table.

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Re: PeopleSoft Driver: stop endless events in publisher channel

On Wed, 03 Feb 2016 12:49:59 +0000, raktimb wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> I have configured a Peoplesoft driver (IDM 4.5). I have connected it
> with a PeopleSoft Endpoint, which has lots of data in transaction CI. Is
> there any configuration change can be done in driver property not to
> allow any historical events? I also noticed that the driver cache has no
> data, keeping the driver stop. Now it is 3 days the driver is running
> like this. How can I stop this?


Are these events being published because they're supposed to happen? If
they're in the dirxml_trans01 table, they may be there for a reason. If
you don't want them, change the status on the event(s) from "available"
to "success" or "error" or maybe "warning", so the shim won't try to pick
them up.


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