Hello

Generally you have on the ECM files the creation date. Use it to properly 
delete when needed, after a check. 

For TELB you can clean easy the one that well answer on:

SELECT * FROM telb WHERE ELERR like 'UMN035%'
as
Msg ID   Message Text 132                     
UMN0350  Function Started                     
UMN0351  Function Completed Successfully      
UMN0353  Cycle Completed Successfully         

This one you have to take care
Msg ID   Message Text 132                     
UMN0352  Function Completed With Error(s)     

Or you can use ELGID of such a log to properly delete the file you feel old as 
information with (huge as time consuming for your data) SQL IN, lined via GUID. 

ECM803 BPCS Std function allows you to purge ECM. Do you try it? 

Best regards

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Subject: [BPCS-L] URGENT! ECM - TELB file question

Our TELB file set up in our sister environment keeps growing and growing 
out of control.
I have tried to match the setup of the main environment to see if there is 
a discrepancy in the set up, but cannot pinpoint anything.
I have gone into the notification log and tried deleting very old entries, 
but it does not seem to affect it.
The file's size has become an major problem.  There are records in it from 
2004.  I am reluctant to simply drop records using SQL  for fear it is not 
the proper way to handle, given ECM' s link to other files with the guid.
If anyone has any insight on what we are missing.......Please help!
Thanks,
Sheila

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