The 'Work File Clean Up and File Re-Organization Tips to Maintain BPCS
Performance' document may help. It can be found on the Infor website.

-----Original Message-----
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Behalf Of Peter Heeren
Sent: 11 November 2008 15:09
To: BPCS ERP System
Subject: [BPCS-L] BPCS Work Files overview

Hello all,

We are running BPCS 8.2.01 in a mixed mode and Client Server environment

At this moment we are implementing the iTera HA Product for mirroring
our BPCS environment to our fail-over environment.

BPCS contains a lot of work files, which can be cleared out during night
There is no use in mirroring the transactions on these files.
We already clear a lot of these files, but I do not know if I have a
complete overview.

Does anyone have an overview of work files in BPCS, which do not need
mirroring and can be cleared during night procedures.

Thanks in advance,

Peter Heeren

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