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Purging Old Data from Oracle Database for Operations Orchestration



I am hosting HP Operations Orchestration (7.60) on an Oracle Database, and the table spaces are constantly maxing out on storage due to old runs never being purged out. I'd like to maintain some of this data (30-90 days at most) and clean out the rest to keep jobs from failing due to lack of storage left in the tablespaces. 


I found a link on this site with a script for MSSQL to purge the tablespaces, however it will not work with Oracle databases. The link is given below. Is anybody else using an Oracle DB for Operations Orchestration and do they know of a script to automate the clean-up of the tablespaces holding historical data?




Thanks in advance for your help!

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