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We have set up alerts on the DMF execution jobs table several times over the past couple weeks, and every few days they get deleted.
We set up database logging on the EventRule table, and have looked in the LCS logs to see what might be running that is causing them to delete. There are no logs that seem related, and there are no batch jobs that seemed to be running at the time they were deleted. The "created by" user ID on the deletion record does not coorespond to a D365 user, it appears to be the end of a GUID.
Note that this does not reproduce in the Sandbox environment.
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1. Create custom alert on the DMF execution job table.
2. check "Alert rules" form every day.
3. After a few days, the alert rule is deleted (the amount of time has been 1-2 days).
Can you check below links if any batch job is set to remove the alerts after certain time or not.
Best regards,Sourav Dam
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For how long would you like to retain the alerts created and why?
I don't find it a bad practice getting those deleted after a couple of days.
1-2 days might be a bit short but after a week they should be cleaned up at the latest in my opinion.
What is it that you want to do with those 'old' alerts?
Hi Sourav and Ludwig, thanks for your help.
I was reviewing with the client and they mentioned they have set the "No End Date" option before but the alert continues to be deleted. I understand that it is not set here but I had some questions regarding the alert. This particular alert was created from the Execution History of a specific data project. I was wondering if this would only be associated to a specific execution, then when that execution is run, the alert is deleted because the execution is complete. Would we want to create the alert against the data project instead?
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