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Retaining service level data


In our data warehouse, the Service Levels profile was changed from a 90
day data retention to 366 days. I understand that the change only
affects new data written since the change. Is there any way of
preventing the pre-change data from being purged until it is a year
old?

1. Can the old data be updated via SQL query to change the purge date?
2. Does the BSW Historical Data Purge job (bsaPurge.fs script) control
this purge? And if so, what are the effects of changing that schedule?
3. Is there any other way to retain this data?

Thanks.

Steve


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Re: Retaining service level data


Unfortunately there is no short easy answer to this. My recommendation
to you is to reach out to support to have a better conversation and to
see what options you might have available.


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