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Add release and delete functionality to Queued Processes Monitor in Control Center 6.1.2.1

I believe I just found that there is no option to delete or release a process that is shown in the Queued Processes monitor (aka Queued Activity Monitor).  The only option is to clear.  The functionality to delete or release a process needs to be implemented ASAP.

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  • Jan 16 2020
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I believe I just found that there is no option to delete or release a process that is shown in the Queued Processes monitor (aka Queued Activity Monitor).  The only option is to clear.  The functionality to delete or release a process needs to be implemented ASAP.

What is your industry? Non-Industry Specific
What is the idea priority? Urgent
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    Guest commented
    16 Jan 15:27

    TS003238109 was just updated.  It was explained that the user has to go to the details of a particular process in order to delete or release.  Delete and release buttons should be added to the Queued Processes Screen.

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    Guest commented
    16 Jan 16:15

    Also a hold button should be added to the Queued Processes screen as well.  There may be a need to hold, delete, or release multiple processes at one time.  It will be quicker to do it this way rather than clicking on the details of each process one at a time and take the appropriate action.  Thanks.