I have done the preliminary checking of the 7.1.7 Pega help and PDN, but cannot find how to do this:
I have an application I am working on, and during the normal development, I have created quite a few "throw-away" case instances. When I look at the "Instances of <my case>" screen, I can see these, but there does not seem to be a way to delete some of these. I would like to clean up some of this test data by getting rid of cases that I just initiated with no intent of completing.
Can this be done? Thanks in advance,
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Are you just trying to clean up the lists of open items? If so, could you use bulk processing to bulk resolve these items? If driving one through to a resolved state makes it go away, you should look into that. If you're concerned about something like the number of items in the database, then you should look into the purge and archive functionality.
The Purge/Archive wizard was the first response I got in help when I put "Purge" into the search field of the Index tab. My guess is that's not really what you're looking for in development, but read through. It's probably not a bad thing to know about long term, since you may want it when your product gets to production and volumes increase significantly.
In order to see “Process Work” on left panel, since the help text was referring to the WorkManager portal, I had to first add that portal (*) to my access group portal list, save the access group, and then launch the portal with the rocket ship menu. Then I was able to see “Process Work” on left panel. /Eric
For some unknown reason, the smar-prompt-dropdown for the access group portal list didn’t show WorkManager as a choice, but I was still able to type it in to the list and save the access group