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OBM - Option to delete CMAs from event updates

Idea ID 1764579

OBM - Option to delete CMAs from event updates

OBM 2018.11

It is currently possible to remove custome message attributes (CMA) for new events within the EPI (removeCustomAttribute method).

Unfortunately we still get many unwanted CMAs later through event synchronization. As these updates are not controlled by the EPI processing, we do not have a chance to suppress them. This unnecessarily degrades system performance.

The request is to have an option to suppress CMAs by event updates like for new events within EPI, alternatively by a black list.

 

tfewshe

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This is very much needed. We need to get rid of default Custom attributes(CMA) coming from Sitescope Events. As per Sitescope SME, these attributes cannot be removed from the Sitescope end nor there any feature to remove/suppress CMA from OMI.

 

As you know we are trying to reduce the load on OMI DB since each SiteScope event contains 8 default CMAs, therefore it increases the entries on OMI DB multiple times. For each event, there are 8 entries on the event_custom_attribute table. Therefore we need your suggestion to check if there any way to get rid of unwanted CMAs and reduce the load on OMI DB

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