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Old 03-29-2010, 02:28 PM
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Default CCE Database Archiving Stored Procedure

Found this http://forum.avayacce.com/Topic1994-6-1.aspx on the AvayaCCE forum and it discusses a PrepareNextASMSDataDatabase stored procedure.


I haven't found any other documentation on this stored procedure. I had asked an Avaya engineer who was working on another case and he said he thought the it would cause the history to stop working in 4.1 (possible fixed in 4.1.1). We are running 4.0.1 and our ASMSData1 dattabase is pretty large (7 million records).


I wanted to know if anyone has ran this, if it will work on 4.0.1 and if it will be fixed in 4.1.1?
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