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we use NAV 2015 and activated the change logs. Now I want to delete in an automatic job every day all entries that are older than 180 days.
Is there a way to set the filter automatically to "today - 180 days"? Or do I have to start the job each day manually and set the filter manual?
I would use the page "Change Log - Delete (510)"
Which string do I have to enter in the yellow field?
Thanks for the support!
You will need a customization for either a Report or Codeunit written by your VAR. The Job Queue is the easy part:
Thanks for your answer. Do you know which customization is neccessary?
Looking at my system........... I suggest having your VAR create a Codeunit. Then you can create the Job Queue to run periodically.
Here are some links if you will attempt composing yourself:
To run it as a job you can schedule the report 510 but you need to add a filter for datetime and code to hide dialog boxes using IF GUIALLOWED statement. You don't need a separate codeunit.
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