Monitor 10.11 | Configuring Monitor | Audit Data Archiving and Deletion in Monitor
 
Audit Data Archiving and Deletion in Monitor
 
Preliminary Requirements
The types of audit data that Monitor records for transactions can be categorized in two schemas:
*IS Core Audit Log tables. Store audit data for documents, processes, services and Integration Server data.
*Process Audit Log tables. Store audit data for document control, process control, and service control data (for example, resubmit actions).
To archive IS Core Audit Log data, you must configure an Archive database. To archive Process Audit Log data, you can use either an Archive database or partitions.
*Archive database. Use stored procedures or built-in services to move audit data from the IS Core Audit Log and Process Audit Log tables into an Archive database. In this configuration, you must regularly schedule archiving or delete audit data from IS Core Audit and Process Audit Log tables to maintain peak logging performance.
*Database partitions of Process Audit Log data. Use partitioning for systems that generate high volume transactions, to automatically manage audit data from the Process Audit Log tables. You must still use an Archive database to manage all other audit data.
For information about how to configure the archive database, see Overview of Archiving or Deleting Data in an Archive Database. For information about partitions for archiving Process Audit Log data, see Overview of Using Partitions for Process Audit Log Data.