With all the Clarity notifications, logs, and audit trails that users and administrators rely on to troubleshoot system actions, a database may get clogged up quickly, making it harder to find needed information and slowing system performance.
When it comes to application logging, Clarity includes out-of-the-box Jobs that help with housekeeping. Whether you run them ad hoc or on a set schedule, these pre-defined actions can automate standard administrative processes.
Sounds great, right? So, how do you get started?
- First, make sure that you’re granted Jobs-Access, Jobs-Run-All, or Specified Instances to view and execute jobs as a user or administrator.
- Next, take a look at the Available Jobs page, which lists all jobs that a user or administrator can access and execute. You can get there in Classic PPM by clicking Home, Reports and Jobs (possibly located under Home), then Available Jobs from the Jobs tab.
- Finally, click a Job and provide the appropriate selection parameters for the required outcome.