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Under server monitoring the schedule logs are only shown up in the API for a date which is younger than 4 days. In the filesystem the logs are kept longer if no automatically clean job runs.
The idea is, that the API show all schedule logs, which are stored in the filesystem.
This should be possible in two locations:
Server Monitoring -> Scheduling -> executed schedule entries
Server an Projectconfiguration -> choose project --> schedule overview
This will be very helpful to be able to compare runtime of schedule jobs an it's corresponding errors/warnings.
Thanks in advance Torsten Kupetz
Internally almost the same feature request has been posted by the helpdesk team (ID 97334)
This feature request had the goal to dispose the 4 day limit for the schedule entries stored within the <FirstSpiritROOT>/data/schedule/history.xml file. Instead only the 1000 entry limit, which is also set, should be used.
This feature request is in the quality assurance at the moment (for the trunk version, but a backmerge to 4.2R4 is announced)
By the way:
What do you mean with "backmerge to 4.2R4"? In my understanding 4.2R4 is the current version and a backmerge shouldn't be necessary? Or are you already working on 5.0 (where all the new features are implemented in the first place) and then backmerged to the current version 4.2R4?
The work on the FirstSpirit version 5 has already been started some time ago
Independent of version numbers we strictly separate between dev, qa, and stable
This feature is available since version 4.2.434