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Status Submitted
Categories Performance
Created by Guest
Created on May 2, 2024

In Control center Queued Process view should be cleared automatically

In the Control Center, for a process or session to be moved from the “Queued Process” view to the “Completed Processes” view, there should be an end event for the process/session. In certain situations, the process may stay in the “Queued Processes” forever. It could happen for various reasons such as the process might have terminated abruptly, user might not have disconnected an FTP/HTTP session. In some cases, the monitored products may not generate session-end events for certain activities. Another scenario would be monitored server may be down for a few days. These scenarios will lead to having some processes stay in the Control Center’s “Queued Processes” view forever.

CCM should have automatic process to clear view.

What is your industry? Aerospace & Defense
How will this idea be used?

we have two options to clear manually.

From CCM UI - Which doesn't work when list is big.

Using SQL - Which is risky.

Need automated solutions.