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Set tJSON = "{""t"":""x"", ""page"": ""1"", ""onlyActives"": ""true"", ""userId"": ""838""}"
Set httprequest=##class(%Net.HttpRequest).%New()
Set httprequest.ContentType = "application/json" 
Do httprequest.SetHeader("ContentType","application/json")
set httprequest.SSLConfiguration="SSL"
set httprequest.Https=1
set httprequest.Server="server.com"
set httprequest.Port=443
set tSC = httprequest.EntityBody.Write(tJSON)
set tSc = httprequest.Post("/api/api/api/list",)
SET tText = httprequest.HttpResponse.Data.Read()
ZZDUMP tText
WRITE httprequest.HttpResponse.Data.Size

tHttpResponse.Data.Read return 
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Set tHttpRequest = ##Class(%Net.HttpRequest).%New()

Set tHttpRequest.ContentType = "application/json" 

Set ..Adapter.HTTPServer = "url.example.com.br"

Set ..Adapter.SSLConfig  = "SSL"

Set ..Adapter.ProxyHTTPS = 1

Set ..Adapter.URL        = "/test/api/test/test"

Set tStringJSON = "{""t"":""IWESJ7/aZAurD2xnBALbQ4TAkZkitaw86mSEcOCoq2kFqdtPYBPbRjufNcT8YSmYmh6Riy9XlHUjX89RoIiqMxuUlPHeTloCpDULKrfybA3kcOiPmJn3Nc5y4IxODS+QA/qSs17iC7ts2cKorAY1jlDkLHYrep4cNXnvRNRoclu8cXWxtj8tE3ChrB4lDHmTwW6HZIUFSjphe4gCFF39jRB4VKFCLvtbT5MwvfVo2uNbHbJQGf+dSqRt/Tx7zFNmFlUi/vl0EuW6xCEWvsD85r9sApBbG8eX4axg1TcoeMV00FPjiRiGCn/NIdSMyNC/dIDbl69D9t1dgkhRtDY4ZA=="", ""page"": ""1"", ""onlyActives"": ""true"", ""userId"": ""838""}"

Set tData(1) = tStringJSON

Set tSC = ..Adapter.SendFormDataArray(.tHttpResponse,"POST",tHttpRequest,,.tData)

Set tText = tHttpResponse.Data.Read()

The status of old messages has been changed to 'Suspended'

It was possible to erase them through the portal.

This Ens.MessageBodyS has not been cleaned. How to solve?

Hi Julian.

KeepIntegrity has been selected.

I suspect that other developers ran months ago without KeepIntegrity.

Apparently these old records are not being captured by the cleanup task.

How can I clean these old records.

Thank you Julian.

Purge task was done. But the size of the overall continues. Checked the 'Ens.MessageHeader' table and there are records for 2016.