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OIC Space Management simplified by Sindhu Suresh

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OIC empowers customers to create numerous integration/process flows and send multiple requests to each one of them, all within one instance of OIC, creating a considerable amount of runtime data. And the space within said instance that holds the runtime data and makes all of this possible is, although substantial, not unlimited. Therefore managing the runtime data within an instance, so it continues to function at a optimal level, is a key requirement. With the help of this blog, I would like to illustrate how easily one can achieve ideal data/space management for any OIC instance.

Prerequisite

Enable following feature:

To enable feature flags – Refer to Blog on Enabling Feature Flags in Oracle Integration

The minimum Oracle Integration version required for the feature is 190924.1600.31522

Data Retention Settings :

OIC provides the user with an easy tool for managing data, through the Data Retention page under Settings menu. Everytime the user saves the settings on the page, OIC runs an automated job, after each pre-defined interval of time, with the saved settings to purge the older runtime data. Read the complete article here.

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