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DanV Absent Member.
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16.5 Result Cleanup rules. Execution?

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16.5 Result Cleanup rules

Ijust updated SCTM yesterday and want to begin using the result cleanup rules.

On my folder level in eection planning I have set a single new rule to delte runs (including result files after three months. it is active.

I know I have runs that are not tagged, and older that three months at the test level. How do I execute this rule?, or what triggers this rule to run and self clean up the run files? I seem to be missing a simple bit of understanding. Can someone clarify how to use the rules once they are created and active?

Thanks

Dan

-Dan

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RE: 16.5 Result Cleanup rules. Execution?

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Hi Dan,

the cleanup rules are triggered by the next execution - meaning when new run results are written old ones matching the result cleanup rules are deleted.

Regards,

Florian

Product Owner - Silk
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RE: 16.5 Result Cleanup rules. Execution?

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Hi Dan,

the cleanup rules are triggered by the next execution - meaning when new run results are written old ones matching the result cleanup rules are deleted.

Regards,

Florian

Product Owner - Silk
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