I have been working with Microsoft CRM non-stop since v1.0 Beta (2002). I have been a Microsoft CRM MVP since 2006. I am very passionate about Microsoft CRM and the value it can bring to organizations of all sizes (from a single employee company to the largest enterprise). I will share my observations of Microsoft CRM and Microsoft CRM Online in this blog.
There are times when a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Administrator needs to clean-up the existing Workflow Jobs. Anytime a workflow is triggered, a workflow job record is created – so this will impact the CRM database size at some point. Here is a quick way to bulk delete all the existing completed workflow jobs in Microsoft CRM Online:
Login in to Microsoft CRM Web Client >> Settings >> Data Management >> Bulk Record Deletion >> click New to start the Bulk Deletion Wizard
Click Next on the Wizard >> Select “System Jobs” for Look for: >> set the following criteria:
Click Next to set the options such as send a notification when job is finished:
Click Next and Submit it!
Frank Lee, Microsoft CRM MVP since 2006 Workopia, Inc. – Microsoft CRM Online
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