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MessageStats 7.6 - Report Pack for Exchange ActiveSync User Guide

Managing your Database

During the installation of the MessageStats Report Pack for Exchange ActiveSync, additional tables are added to the MessageStats database in order to store Exchange ActiveSync-specific data. MessageStats allows you to manage the storage of ActiveSync server and Exchange ActiveSync users and devices data to prevent excessively rapid growth of the MessageStats database.

In MessageStats, database management functionality is extended to include database management functions specific to Exchange ActiveSync data. Using Database Management, you can delete obsolete information and fine-tune your database.

The Database Management tool provides the following functionality:

Before you modify your database, ensure that no MessageStats consoles or task processors are currently writing information to the database. If you use Database Management while a MessageStats console is writing to the database, you risk corrupting your database.

Select Database Management from the treeview in the MessageStats console.

Configuring an Aging Task

You can use the Data Aging function to delete the historical data from the Exchange ActiveSync tables in the MessageStats database. Use the Exchange ActiveSync Configuration option under the Data Aging node to define the aging task.

Select Database Management | Data Aging | Exchange ActiveSync Configuration nodes in the treeview.
Select Delete aged data.
Select the Age Statistics (days) check box.
Click Configure Job.
Select the Schedule tab.
Select Daily, Weekly, or Monthly to indicate how often you want to delete the data older than your retention definitions.
Click to select the Limit Job Execution Time box if you want to limit the time duration for an aging job, and enter an end time.
Click Deploy.

Data Aging Job History

After you create a job, the interface changes to a three-tab format:

Logging the Aging Process

Because the aging process is performed by a service, progress is recorded in the log journal for all database management activities.

For more information about Database Aging, refer to the MessageStats Administrator Guide.

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