I would have thought it was in the Redbook, but running an AMDAYEND in 
machine manager moves all records into a new member in APG02ARC so you 
start off with a clean APG02PHY.  You can still run inquiries over this 
data and from a menu option select to remove the member.  We actually only 
started running this recently and run this day end job weekly.  The 
temptation is to only keep a couple of weeks online but I was recently 
asked to identify custom tasks that have not been used in the last 12 
months.  Was I glad we only started archiving a couple of months ago.

Richard Caldicott
Director of Implementations
& Efficiency
Tandy Brands Accessories
817-548-0090 extn 146

"Karl Brookover" <karl.brookover@xxxxxxxxx> 
Sent by: system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
02/03/2006 08:11 AM
Please respond to
System 21 Users <system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx>


[SYSTEM21] Daily shutdown and Startup

  I have reviewed the archives and can see that some have automated 
(unattended ?) the JBA system shutdown and startup procedures. Currently, 
at my company, we are doing this manually. By reviewing the GEAC Redbook I 
know that we are not doing all recommend tasks. For example, the APG02PHY 
file currently has over 5 million records. From what I have read this is 
not a good thing.

  My question is. Can anyone help with documentation, programs or whatever 
concerning these procedures/ processes? What should be done, when it 
should be done and etc. would be very helpful.

Thanks in advance for your consideration.
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