KB3036601 - FIX: Add three stored procedures to clean up history that is created when you use SQL Server 2012 or 2014 MDS

Symptoms

When you use Microsoft SQL Server 2012 or 2014 Master Data Services (MDS), the history can grow very big, and there is no built-in function to clean it up. Three stored procedures are added to clean up staging, validation, and transaction history. The usage is as follows:

--@ModelID is the model ID that you clean up the log for.
--@CLeanupOlderThanDate is the date before that the logs or records is deleted.

DECLARE @CleanupOlderThanDate date = '<Date>', @ModelID INT = <ID>
--Cleanup Transaction History
EXEC mdm.udpTransactionsCleanup @ModelID, @CleanupOlderThanDate;

--Cleanup Validation History
EXEC mdm.udpValidationsCleanup @ModelID, @CleanupOlderThanDate;

--Cleanup entity-based staging table
EXEC mdm.udpEntityStagingBatchTableCleanup @ModelID, @CleanupOlderThanDate;


Note The central tables that grow large are mdm.tblTransaction, mdm.tblTransactionAnnotation, mdm.tblValidationLog, mdm.tblValidationHistory, and mdm.tblStgBatch.

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Status

Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.

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